11/13/2012 - 2:03pm

Just Listen

by Martin Brick

It’s a warm summer evening, the kind that radio loves. Down at Rochambo the tv is on the fritz, vanquishing CNN, ESPN, and a whole slew of letters. Lou, the regular, can be heard saying, “the way things are going these days, I don’t know whether to laugh or shit or go...

11/06/2012 - 11:58pm

Let’s Scare The Children...To Death!

by Darren Callahan

Are you a horror fanatic with kids?  You ever want to turn your kids onto the genre without giving them night terrors?  Here’s a list of scary movies that are (sorta) appropriate for the whole family! 

Like it or not, horror movie fans are breeders.  More of ‘em...

11/05/2012 - 2:39am


by Benjamin Wachs

Dulcinea Abbreviata (by Dave Senecal)

I’m going to tell you a story.  It’s about a long winding staircase, a long winding staircase into darkness.  Thick darkness.  You will have to step carefully, feeling each step beneath you with your foot, with your toes, to make sure it’s there, to make sure you aren’t...

11/01/2012 - 1:27am

Preview of art for Life of the Gallows!

Jester Stage (by Tyler Landry)

If you haven't seen Omnibucket's first iPad book "The Ravens & the Rhyme," take a look in our store and download the free App.  It's amazing.

Our next iPad book will be a very different story - but...

10/30/2012 - 5:43pm

Season of the Witch

by Eric Myers

M3LU51n3 - 61107 Remix (by Dave Senecal)

I have this friend. A writer of pretty good prose and godawful poetry (which even he would admit) A playwright in remission with the dramatic impulse re-emerging (he's always been a drama queen) And my friend? He has this little problem. Every October, he wants to write...

10/29/2012 - 4:00pm

Stories from October's Action Fiction! are now online!

The fourth Action Fiction! performance, held October 18, drew a crowd of over 50 to San Francisco's Chez Poulet to see some amazing interpretations of some amazing stories.

We're working to get the video up...

10/26/2012 - 2:43am

There is no moral

by Benjamin Wachs

She saw the cottage from a long way off, and wondered if this was a bad sign:  if she could see it, other things could too.  But it offered shelter.  If offered protection.  Maybe there would be something inside to use as a weapon.  She ran.  Ran over uneven forest...

10/25/2012 - 12:21am

Nailbiter - Monsters and Tornadoes from Director Patrick Rea

by Darren Callahan

In 1974, an F5 tornado hit the downtown of Xenia, Ohio, killing thirty-four people and injuring 1,150.  Tossed railcars obliterated the entire downtown and a school bus landed on the stage of the high school play.  The damage from this tornado, surveyed by Richard M....

10/23/2012 - 11:54pm

Victor's Prayer

by Megan Enright

The back door of my apartment opens into an alleyway covered in murals. On weekends, people flock to this urban tourist attraction, cameras at the ready. They photograph one another posing against the vivid colors, hoping to get an ‘original’ shot of the graffiti so many...

10/22/2012 - 10:05am


by Leslie Ingham

I knew about the wallet.

The wallet had been there for years, just inside the door, in a drawer nobody much used.  There was a key drawer above it, but underneath was the stuck drawer, and in it was the wallet, and in the wallet was $2, 627.  I knew about that. ...