1/16/09 update. Previous update can be found below. Website is updated on a biweekly basis. You'll see more here on Friday, January 30th.
This week's update brings you four ass spankin' new stories by some authors who would have most likely been the ones who stole your lunch money in grade school. Albert Tucher is probably the guy who stole your girlfriend while you were out visiting your granny at the old folk home. Amy Grech is probably your ex-girlfriend who threw away those stupid gas station flowers you bought her for Valentines Day and told your friends you were lousy in bed. David Price was probably your probation officer after you got busted trying to sell pot to some cop's undercover ass. Blu Gilliand probably wrote your phone number on the men's room wall.
They're that good.
Blue Gilliand starts us off with To the Devil, His Due, a chilling story about how getting out might be just as scary as getting in.
Albert Tucher gives us a tasty little cut from the adventures of a hooker named Diana Andrews titled, The Sleaze Factor. Despite what you may think, hookers are good people.
Dave Price's piece, One Thing I Know for Sure, has some great advice for any man with a bent mind to know.
Amy Grech ends this update with a story about a man we can all relate to -- a horny bastard on the subway. It's called Getting Off. I loved Getting Off. I'm sure you'll love Getting Off, too.
As always, all stories will be catalogued in the Archives section of this website. There's plenty there for you to sink your twisted teeth into.
Want to send us a story? Check out our Guidelines. All stories accepted are automatically eligible to be published in the next hardcopy issue of Out of the Gutter Magazine due out later this year.
(Contact Rey A. Gonzalez at Spooky_hands@yahoo.com )
1/1/09 2008 came and went and I want to start off 2009 by handing you two fresh stories by Out of the Gutter Veteran, Bruce Stirling and our newest thug, Steven Wolfe.
Steven Wolfe starts us out with his deeply touching tale of woe, They Call It A Broken Heart For A Reason, that reminds us that it's better to be a dick.
Bruce Stirling keeps the creepy in full force with Tootsie Roll, a tale about a mother's love.
Also, if you haven't checked it out, take a look at last update's story by Sandra Seamans. It's got guns, hot chicks, and trash talking old men. It's called Loaded Guns.
As always, all stories will be catalogued in the Archives section of this website. All stories accepted are automatically eligible to be published in the next hardcopy issue of Out of the Gutter Magazine.
We're seeing a great response from all you sickos out there who know how to work a typewriter! Please keep up the great work and spread the good word about The Flash Fiction Offensive.