If you’re looking to “Netflix and chill”, be sure to watch Ava DuVernay’s new documentary “13th” on mass-incarceration or “The New Jim Crow” in the U.S.
In preparation for Halloween, Neal Eric Yeomans brings to us a short crime story—inspired by a serial killer that terrorized a college campus in the late 1960s.
Neal Eric Yeomans has released the second edition of his debut collection, Houses and Backyards: A Collection of Stories, now available on Amazon.com!
A short satire piece by Charles Baker that plays on the old saying: “Ignorance is bliss.”
We all want to be successful, right? But, when success seems to be boxed into a certain range of achievement, it becomes less attainable. Charles Baker wants everyone to take a step back, and reframe the idea of success.
“The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.” – Henry David Thoreau
A companion piece to Neal Eric Yeomans’ short story, “Lessons”.