Fiction: Evel Knievel and the Fat Elvis Diner By Richard Wall

The man stared through glass at the immense, dark thunderhead that filled the horizon.             Cumulonimbus.             Impressive.             Towering like a huge anvil in the vast Oklahoma sky.             Even at this distance he could see the grey curtain of rain beneath it; see threads of lightning poking at the earth like the antagonistic…

Fiction: Trouble by Ian Copestick

It was my partly own fault, if I hadn’t been so drunk I , at least, might have noticed the gang of teenage lads that were slowly surrounding me. I saw about four of them walk quickly past me, but I was too busy trying to remember all of the words to ” City of…