Every place has its unique sensibility; a flavour that makes it special. Whether one is going somewhere new or discovering the secrets that make the familiar seem foreign, where you are matters as much as when youare there. The stories in this fifth collection from Plan B Magazine occur at the intersection of the familiar and the strange, the rise of the unexpected and the twist in the road. Letas take a journey to the unknown. Table of Contents: qHoneymoon Sweetq by Craig Faustus Buck qBroad Daylightq by Eve Fisher qThis Land of the Strangeq by Math Bird qPlease Waitq by Robert Dawson qFill In The Blanksq by Stephen D. Rogers qThe Double Iron Crossq by William E. Wallace qRed Baitq by Edd Vick a Manny Frishberg qBroken Heartsq by Laird Long qIntimate Knowledgeq by Suzanne Baginskie qThe Asshat Fundq by Todd Morr qMysterious Private Investigationsq by Peter DiChellis qCoffee and Killingsq by Simon Maltman qThe Good Neighborq by Lawrence BuentelloDid any of them ever do a solid daya#39;s work in their life a let alone a whole weeka#39;s worth? Audrey hated everything about her job, especially that she had to sit all day in one place. At the Phantom Works down in Georgetown, shea#39;d had to alwaysanbsp;...
|Title||:||Plan B: Volume V|
|Author||:||Craig Faustus Buck, Eve Fisher, Math Bird, Robert Dawson, Stephen D. Rogers, William E. Wallace, Edd Vick, Manny Frishberg, Laird Long, Suzanne Baginskie, Todd Morr, Peter DiChellis, Simon Maltman, Lawrence Buentello|
|Publisher||:||in potentia press - 2015-02-24|