Category Archives: Flash Fiction

The Hall of Heroic Citizens

The following is in response to “The Hall of Heroic Citizens” by Gregg Badichek via Used Gravitrons. This piece of flash fiction depicts a random group of superheroes that, in the throes of the end of the world which even … Continue reading

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The Most Important Meal of The Day

The following is in response to “The Most Important Meal of The Day” by Edward Kearns via Used Gravitrons. This piece of flash fiction begins with a breakfast of eggs, bacon, and hashbrowns and turns into something altogether peculiar and … Continue reading

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Dill

The following is in response to Dill by Matt Reed via Blue Lake Review. This short piece of literary fiction follows a narrator who is describing what it’s like to be in a pickle suit. Okay, so it sounds kind … Continue reading

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On The Wall

The following is a piece of flash fiction I wrote a few months ago. I saw the most beautiful woman in the world in a newspaper with the headline Terrorist. I stared at her constantly for days. Leaning against an … Continue reading

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Lonely Ocean

The following is a piece of flash fiction I wrote while I should have been concentrating on NaNoWriMo. When I was younger, like every child I had the uncanny ability to take things literally. Words held onto their meanings impossibly … Continue reading

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The Apple

It was a dream I had: falling off the side of a mountain and waking to find that I’d fallen out of bed; it was the wind tearing through the weeping orchards of Eden, the creaking, the swaying of branches, … Continue reading

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Viking Blood

“Stop!” Erling protested, struggling to free his arm from Benton’s grip. “I told you I wasn’t going in.” When Benton showed by at Erling’s bedroom window and begged him to sneak out, to go see the dig-site that his father, … Continue reading

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