Posted by Marion Lougheed | Nov 30, 2021 | Fiction | 0 |
by Candace Hartsuyker | Nov 16, 2021 | Fiction | 0 |
Your grandmother never loved you.
by Kevin Sandefur | Nov 2, 2021 | Fiction | 0 |
Jani swallows the bite and studies the man. Feet spread at parade rest, he seems to be guarding the fountain, but from what?
by Justine Gardner | Oct 24, 2021 | Fiction | 1 |
Congratulations to the winner of our 2021 Flash Fiction Contest and recipient of a $500 prize.
by Wilson Koewing | Oct 19, 2021 | Fiction | 0 |
When she was relegated to Zoom, her sunny disposition darkened. The mundane conversations grew grim.
by Andrea Koohi | Oct 6, 2021 | Fiction | 0 |
She’d smoke her cigarette and stare at the appliance as though she saw through it, as though its inner workings made her sad.
by Rebecca Winslow-Pandey | Sep 21, 2021 | Fiction | 2 |
Do you remember when you told us that fireflies were…like the souls of people who have died?
by Yume Kitasei | Aug 24, 2021 | Fiction | 0 |
He was taking the smallest of sips, just wetting his lips each time, like he didn’t mean to ever finish.
by Kelly Simmons | Aug 10, 2021 | Fiction | 1 |
“He hadn’t wanted to come. He hated hunting. He hated the blood, the sight of dead things.”
by Helene Seifer | Jul 27, 2021 | Fiction | 5 |
A deep sniff reveals everything that occurred in the house while I was gone.
by A.C. Koch | Jul 13, 2021 | Fiction | 0 |
She sometimes found herself leaning in the doorway just off the utility room, sipping a glass of wine and contemplating the big bad secret parked in the shadows.
by Kathleen Siddell | Jun 29, 2021 | Fiction | 0 |
Her mother used to pray for more kids. But her father used to say Jessie was enough.
by James Cato | Jun 17, 2021 | Fiction | 0 |
I caught them cheating through the basement fire escape when Rena thought I was shopping at Macy’s.