Flash Fiction

Beautiful Morning

by: John S Alty A life come full circle, a love enduring, brought forth in a mere two hundred and thirty-five words… I met her in…

An Afternoon At The Rec Center

by: Taylor Burnfield An offering of flash-fiction rife with hurt, longing, and regret, that explores the profound disconnect that too often mars otherwise earnest relationships……

An Ending

by: Katherine Machon A work of flash fiction that is as affecting as it is beautiful, where two very distinct feelings interbreed… Darkness. The scent…

Funeral

By: John S Alty An offering of flash fiction where a tortured man confronts true evil, and bids it a final — and welcome —…

Detour & Tipsy

by: T.E. Cowell Two offerings of flash fiction that illustrate that even the quietest of streets have the capacity to arouse deep-seated anxieties… Detour The…

Twenty-Six

by: Christine Stoddard “I might as well have been her twin because she never saw me as her daughter. Instead, I was a perpetual nuisance”……

Blackberries & Delay

by: T.E. Cowell Two offerings of flash fiction that explore connectivity amongst humans, or the lack thereof, in two very divergent ways… Blackberries I’m picking…

Beer & Jazz

by: T.E. Cowell Two offerings of flash fiction that celebrate the finer things in life… Beer After work I have a beer. It doesn’t last…

Two Flashes: Stare & Trash

by: T.E. Cowell Two offerings of flash fiction that unearth joy in the simplest of things… Stare When I’m bored or just feeling particularly antsy or…

Liar

by: Jacob Schroeder An offering of flash fiction that illustrates that the ones closest to us can also be those furthest away… We sat and…