Category Archives: Art

Pumping Gas

A short story by Bill Vernon

He filled the car’s gasoline tank, spoke with the lady, took money from her, came inside, rang up the sale, put a dozen square plastic packages from one of the boxes into a brown paper sack, and held the sack up. “She wanted Trojan regulars.”

I’m Not Racist, I Just Want a Black Superhero

For those of you who aren’t die hard fanboys, weeks ago Fox announced the cast of the Fantastic Four reboot. And like all comic book movie casting news before it, the internet nearly broke in half when the actors who will play Marvel’s first family were finally revealed to a bloodthirsty fanbase.