The Late Mitchell Warren’s short story “God Lives in a Car Lot” is a splice of life piece discussing theism, agnosticism and atheism. All three collide inside a second hand car lot, somewhere around the year 2001.
Karla Fetrow: Anti-Semitism is a crime, but looking away when Israel becomes the criminal is also a crime against humanity.
When does it matter how you view and portray others?
For a long time Randon just watched the boy from the corner of his eye. Sizing him up. Unsure of what the boy might do if frightened. Mostly though, he was trying to figure out if the boy was worth helping. It wasn’t like he had a backup plan should the boy eat up all his food. Hell. Maybe the boy would have been food if he had been more than flesh vacuum sealed over bones.
By: Grainne Rhuad After hours of watching blood, guts, extreme close ups of god knows what and artistical use of colour, I have come to a conclusion about Horror this Continue Reading
Karla Fetrow: As we enter the twenty-first century, we must grapple with the problems facing a changing world where politics and religion collide. The wars in the Mideast are a reflection of the chaos that lies in every one of us.
Karla Fetrow: When the nights are long and cold in the far north, there is a madness that seizes you. It doesn’t come without warning. It has a form and it creeps upon you slowly.
Ceilings are terrifying places to be hitting, especially if you’re being crushed by something, like debt.
Cal Jennings recounts his experiences with the famously haunted Spaghetti Warehouse in Houston, Texas.
According to the CDC and Google, the fifth most frequent cause of death in America is “unintentional injuries” — including those inflicted by guns.