Orchid

By Jack Orleans Fling yourself over the pole,” Coach says. She knows Coach likes her body, otherwise he wouldn’t say “fling” that way. He wouldn’t put so much breath into …

Trump Country

By Christie Buchele After the bar owner paid me less than he promised for doing 45 minutes of jokes, I tipped my head back and spilled my last shot of …

Respirator

By Addison Herron-Wheeler Neeka pulled on her gas mask and headed out into the smoggy street. Looking around, she noticed everyone was wearing some kind of face protection. Although she …

When She Leaves

By Rebecca Hannigan   There’s this skirt I always used to wear and sometimes still wear which sits all folded up in a tidy square in the bottom of my …

Dream

Dream by Mathias Svalina for Suspect Press Issue 17: You are a lawyer & arguing in front of the Supreme Court. Your argument is subtle yet muscular…

Flash Fiction

Flash Fiction by Brian Polk in Issue 17 of Suspect Press: Now that the dogs have made it to a safe place and all the humans have been accounted for, there isn’t much else to do…