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Tweeprose: ‘Bite the Bullet’ by A. N. Gretly (For @deghaidiness)

  Bullet in the head.   A middle aged man staggered through the streets of the city that wouldn’t sleep. The moon lurked behind a few layers of thick, dark clouds, watching, judging. It was Creekwell, the city of the damned, … Continue reading

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Tweeprose: ‘After the Storm’ by A. N. Gretly (For @sajyahassan)

The blood dried, eventually. There on the tiled floor, a man’s body lay as cold as death itself amidst what looked like roughly drawn angel wings of crimson blood outstretched four or five feet from his shoulders. The body belonged … Continue reading

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Tweeprose: ‘A Foul Meal for a Foul Soul’ by A. N. Gretly (For @MariamGretly)

He ate people. It wasn’t that much of a big deal, really. Some people were vegetarians, others were vegans, but Christopher Mathers, a fifty year old physician at  St. Martin’s Hospital was a cannibal. It was that simple. The fact that … Continue reading

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Tweeprose: ‘Twisted’ by A. N. Gretly (For @Zucker_Frei)

No one was allowed to talk about what happened in that building years and years ago, but people often whispered here and there like they always do. However, anyone who seemed to have been whispering too much either disappeared, or … Continue reading

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Tweeprose: ‘The One That Got Away’ by A. N. Gretly (for @MonaBassel)

Allen Baker fantasized about it over and over again, he obsessed about it so much that the mere thought of it gave him chills. He realized that he’d been preparing for it all this time with all the others, and … Continue reading

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‘The Surrealist: Chapter Six, Part I’ by Ahmed Nader Gretly

The Surrealist Chapter Six Part I: Black Ash Detective John McKinesy stomped down on the gas paddle, the motor roared as he drove closer to the De Luca family farm. With blood gushing through his veins like never before; he … Continue reading

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‘The Surrealist: Chapter Five, Part II’ by Ahmed Nader Gretly

The Surrealist Chapter Five Part II: A Closer Look The cigarette dropped into his fifth cup of coffee with a hiss as he exhaled a cloud of bluish smoke. Detective John McKinesy stood alone in the middle of the late … Continue reading

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