Stories By Jascha Kessler
Who is Rita, What Was She?May 30, 2020
Rita murmured in that, silky, sultry voice from so very long ago, “Enough crap, big boy....
Deaf Sentence by David LodgeMay 20, 2020
Reflecting on DEAF SENTENCE, the reader can hear the echoes of awful laughter — that silent...
The Cape May Stories by Robert C.S. DownsMay 15, 2020
Rare in our time, the writing in THE CAPE MAY STORIES is superb, even magical in...
What the Gospels Meant by Garry WillsMay 13, 2020
And if Wills reads as persuasive, it is to himself, if not quite to this reader....
Comrade J by Pete EarleyMay 9, 2020
It was the goings-on, the kleptocracy that emerged, the sheer blatant thuggery of Putin’s entourage, the...
Crossing StyxMay 3, 2020
What happens to children is that they usually pass from believing that everything presented by television...
Plucked from Perdition: One Who Lived To Tell Her TaleMay 1, 2020
I was told in Prague at midday that I had to be at the Wilson Station...
Terrors on TerraMay 1, 2020
How grotesque it must have sounded to a child, and how frightening. Outdoors, the sun of...
Is There a Doctor in the House?April 30, 2020
She smoked a lot, but she laughed a lot too. I could easily support her, I...
Once Upon A TimeApril 28, 2020
Suppose one’s made a viable, literate translation that succeeds in conveying the narrative or expository sense...