Tag: Carl Innes

FICTION: Abel Working by Carl Innes

The Rabbi had been right. All Abel had wanted to do as he regained consciousness was scream incessantly as the gruesome horror of his reality became apparent. He could barely move due to the countless bodies that were crammed haphazardly around him with limbs askew, held in place by the cold, recently packed earth. Abel

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FICTION: Another Day by Carl Innes

I knew it was a mistake the minute it was over, but the sheer unadulterated goodwill that radiated from the people before me was undeniable. The hugs, the tears, the good natured slaps on my back, they were genuinely meant for me. Guests had literally stormed the alter steps in order to be amongst the

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