Fiction

 
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In this excerpt from the collection 'Stay: 21 Comic Stories,' we present Sarge Lacuesta's "Bedweather," with art by Roy Allan Martinez
 
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In the sealed section of our February 2017 issue, an excerpt from Ian Rosales Casocot's upcoming anthology Don’t Tell Anyone.
 
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In the silence after the coitus, all things are possible. They could be lovers. They could be nothing at all.
 
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From award-winning crime novelist F.H. Batacan, a story about a marriage.
 
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It was a collection of short stories that just might lead a bigger one.
 
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A tale of fathers, sons, and executive assistants.
 
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Sun, skin, and a semi-random reunion at the last resort.
 
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What happens when you let your guard down on a crowded Quiapo street.
 
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Life, love, loneliness, death, and groceries.
 
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Fluorescent-lit musings in an old hospital on the nature of stories and the elusiveness of sleep.
 
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In a tower of glass and steel, an important lesson is learned, or maybe it isn’t.
 
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Worlds live. Worlds die. Or so the saying goes. In the end, the greatest lesson our heroes can teach us is that they die.
 
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Stars and planets, and notions and murmurs, in the domed darkness.
 
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The passage of time, the possibility of love, and the indifference of cards at the Century Club.
 
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The cafeteria had all the makings of a sex dungeon in the wake of a zombie uprising.
 
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It is time for teeth, more teeth, a full working of a mouth that’s become the locus of all the hunger within you.
 
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Inside, it looked like how a man’s opened chest might look, after all the blood had fled it, flesh in flesh and flesh upon flesh.
 
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We found ourselves unconsciously doing the same things with our bodies and our hands, the weird things you never notice when you’re around each other all the time.