Flash fiction—prairie-style—from novelists Jonathan Lethem and Aimee Bender, plus an interview with Jeff Martin, editor of the new collection Imaginary Oklahoma.
Depardieu has not responded to the offer thus far. Perhaps he’s still thinking about it. To help him make up his mind, we present Elizabeth Kiem’s...
The latest salvo from our Reading Roulette series of contemporary Russian literature—stories you’ll rarely find elsewhere in translation, unfortunately. This month we bring you a contender for the Debut Prize, Russia’s preeminent award for young writers.
A professor teaches his students skepticism by instructing them to create hoaxes with the web as their laboratory.
Continuing to pore through Charlotte’s blog leads to some strange revelations, surprising moves, and a conclusion, of sorts.
Discovering a co-worker’s blog means having to find out if you’ve been written about. Along the way, however, you will learn things you weren’t supposed to know.
In the first of a three-part fiction series, a co-worker exhibits intriguing new qualities, and life at the office gets shaken up.
A story based on characters in the popular NBC drama The West Wing written by a guy who usually runs the vacuum between Ed and Law & Order.