fiction

  • Locations: Fiction Published

    Work in Progress: Aug. 11, 2022

    Stormbringer
    JM Jesse
    Glenwood Springs 

    Wind chimes clang wildly
    Sky darkens as gale winds wail
    Chimes summon thunder

     

    The uncommon turn
    By Jeanne Souldern
    Carbondale

    What

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  • Locations: Fiction Published

    Work in Progress - July 28, 2022

    The Man Next Door, Part Two
    By Tom Mercer

    My name is Alex and this is my story. It was the last week in May 2075 when Chrono-Corp transported me back in time to the first part of  the 21st century. My geographical target was the… read more →

  • Locations: Fiction Published

    Work in Progress - July 7, 2022

    Out the back door
    By Melissa Sidelinger

    There are moments in your life that change everything; that send you down a path of no return; that draw a line of black ink down the page of your story clearly delineating the life you lived before, and your… read more →

  • Locations: Fiction Published

    Work in Progress - June 30, 2022

    A father’s dream fulfilled 
    By Bryan Whiting
    Glenwood Springs

    “Your gear is already in your tent. You’ve got 15 minutes to grab your fly rods and get wadered up. We’re going fishing for silvers.”

    That’s all it took. Withread more →

  • Locations: Fiction Published

    Work in Progress - June 23, 2022

    The King of Panda Peak 

    By Nancy McAtavey

    “Honey, I’m home,” she called from the back door. “What have you been… oh, snap! You’ve got your ski boots on.” She set the shopping bag on the counter and reached for her cell phone. “I have to get a picture… read more →

  • Locations: Fiction Published

    Work in Progress - June 2, 2022

    A furry surprise
    By Gianna Zambrano
    Saint Stephens Catholic School

    It all started in a small house in California. Two girls lived in this house, Arya and Maise. They were very excited because today was the day they got to stay homeread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Work in Progress: Taking a page for fiction

    By Sonja LeDuc (nom de plume)

    In the beginning — which must be the three liveliest words ever strung together in an opening sentence in the entire history of literature —  The Sopris Sun wanted to publish the work of local creative writers. We tried before. As anyone who… read more →