Stories

Slap at the Wrong Time

He had started at school like all the children of his generation, or almost all; that is, very innocent and with very good intentions. The school would be his second home; the teachers, his second parents. Or that was what he had been told. And he, naturally, trusted. Read More

Philosophy Academy

Dressed in gleaming pure white robes, brown leather sandals, rainbow-colored caps and green silicone bracelets emblazoned with environmentalist slogans -such as ‘Nuclear holocaust can wait’ or ‘For a planet free of enriched plutonium’-, Seneca, Plato, Aristotle and Pythagoras maintained a calm and useless conversation whose epicenter was none other than the concept of friendship. Read More

The Candidate Hope

The following short story is about a mysterious girl. A girl turned into a lady who is presented to us with an angelic, neat and spotless face… but that actually hides a mysterious personality. Her name: Democracy; her fate: a disappointment. Read More