"G.A. Rozen’s story [is about] a group of boys’ plan on Halloween to stink bomb a house, in which a father had imprisoned and held his family hostage before being taken out by a sniper."
"Despite the occasionally elegant prose, the story is reminiscent of Stephen King’s short story “The Body” that became the film Stand By Me."
When it's Ajar
"Forrest Door B&B seems a welcoming place for cars that break down; the food is good, the bed is comfortable. But this house has a tradition and that is before you leave, if you leave, you have to see the door. This story feels like an episode of the Twilight Zone. It pulls you in, and leaves you there, and you are not quite sure why it is hard to forget." -Wizzley.com
"Probably my favorite of the collection." -Author JY Saville
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Illustration by Vicky Kao
Design by Claudia Boateng
A flash piece about the overwhelming inertia of depression. Completely free.