JUANY: Story 1 (Reader Advisory)

JUANY Story  1: Mission Plans By: Juan Carlos Diaz         June 17, 1998 10:25 AM           The shrill of the house phone seem to bounce off ever wall of the first floor of my house as I ate my customary bowl of Corn Flakes that morning. Letting the cereal in my bowl become soggy, I couldn’t help fell … Continue reading JUANY: Story 1 (Reader Advisory)

The Hood’s banshee (poem)

  The Hood’s banshee Poem by Juan Carlos Diaz     Wilmington, Delaware’s row homes are two hundred-year-old Giants. A gun lets out the scream of the hood’s banshee. A hustler’s soul is caught between her teeth as the temple that Once housed the man’s soul lies limply at the feet of the row homes’   Painting by Roy ferdinand Continue reading The Hood’s banshee (poem)

Short Stories (Disclaimer)

Dear Readers,   We are proud to introduce a category dedicated to short stories created by authors, writers, and you. This category is for the readers to explore the minds of talented writers who have or have not written a novel. It is going to be our tradition moving forward to encourage you to support upcoming  authors and writers. It is not an easy task … Continue reading Short Stories (Disclaimer)