Keygoyle – a drabble

(From Chuck Palahniuk, a prompt about a closed space. There are three here, in this story) Kyle pulled out of the driveway, blinking away tears. Kyle didn't see it, paranoia like rabid dogs loose in his head. They'll wait before doing anything which might get them caught, he tells himself. In his mind, he imagined … Continue reading Keygoyle – a drabble

The Fever by Megan Abbott

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs posits that when base needs are met, then your desires become more refined. Which usually means that your fears probably work on the same level. If you're not risking death every single time that you give birth, then you're worried that they will live to be healthy adults and when they're … Continue reading The Fever by Megan Abbott