Connie has plenty of genderthoughts, but they don’t want to get pigeonholed as a “queer non-binary writer of color.” This is the start of their story.
How do you get the most from an all you can eat buffet? Our resident expert shares the lessons he learned the hard way. Dig in.
Despite the warning signs, some lessons must be learned the hard way. A night at Cici’s is nothing more than an all-you-can-eat disaster.
Solomon Green thought he was in control, but the power dynamics at this dinner have shifted and things are getting a little… dangerous.
What’s worse: a pile of all you can eat shrimp or the people who love a pile of all you can eat shrimp? For Helena, that’s not even the half of it.
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The internet—it’s not all bad! Friends of The Prompt Mr. Joe Walker and Grand Kai restore Jillian’s faith in meeting strangers online.
What does a bus driver see and know about his passengers? What stories does he tell? What kindness does he owe any of us?
The views at Allegany State Park are incredible indeed—but it has more than just great sights. Erin paints a vivid picture of delights for all five senses.