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The Ransom by Bruce Levine

Flash Fiction!     The Ransom It was only a matter of minutes. We had a short break, so I laid it across a couple of chairs while I went to the men’s room. When I got back, it was gone. It’s too big to put under a coat or something like that. And everyone was around, so how did it disappear without anyone noticing? And what would they do with it? They’re all unique, so everyone would know it was mine. It couldn’t be sold or used or pawned. Only one company made them on that level. It...

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We removed the character sheets.

We have decided to remove the character sheets from the Inwood Indiana website. Only a few writers have used the character sheets, and others choose not to submit because they mistakenly believe that using the character sheets are required. It is our hope that submissions will increase by removing the character sheets from the website. We do intend to add more lore and regional information for writers who choose to use Inwood as the setting for their stories and poems. Submissions are...

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The Pop Machine Has Been Released!

Inwood Indiana, the smallest press in the world, is proud to introduce The Pop Machine, bursting with small-town stories, world-class poetry, tales of horror and woe, and all things peculiar. Featuring fine selections of poetry and fiction by Christopher Acker, Edward Ahern, Bart Bergfeld, F.J. Bergmann, Cyn Bermudez, Les Bohem, Gustavo Bondoni, Anna Cates, Suzanne Cottrell, Deborah L. Davitt, Bill DeArmond, Thomas Elson, Rebekah Goemaat, R. A. Goli, Carol Jones, Lianne Kamp, Martin Keaveney, Helen Laser, Emily Laubham, Jennifer Leeper, David LeGere, Ken Leland, D. Leroy, J. David Liss, Richard Luftig, Michael M. Marks, Mike Murphy, Steven Perry, David Pring-Mill, Sujash Purna, Christina M. Rau, John Reinhart, John Riebow, Joe Roberts, Patricia Rossi, Vincent Salvati, David Anthony Sam, Sugar Tobey, Kristofer Velasquez, and Changming Yuan. Paperback copies are available in the...

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