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A transgressive flash and short story blog. Fiction pieces 1,000 words or less are posted daily.
2019-11-20 04:14
Golden flecks of yellow crimson and sunburst blue phase across the walls in a brilliant choreography. Every passing vehicle illuminates the room, a flash of life, but only for a moment. It&r&hell…Read More
2019-06-06 03:28
Even the sandwich artists who built hoagies for a living knew the importance of balance. They had a carefully selected cut of sliced ham – but only four paper thin meat curls are place… Read More
2019-06-05 01:33
Empty, frozen faces plague the feathered wall Pretty pixies, plucked from nests, they fall To the heavens where glass babies dwell. Why am I the fairest of them all? Read More
2018-12-14 02:14
Rain poured down Valerie Seistucket’s red umbrella, surrounding her in a perfect wet halo in the cement. A bright streak of lightning suddenly bruised the sky a violent cyan, illuminat… Read More
2018-12-06 06:25
Mr. Greer was known to hire the most attractive dames to guard his estate while he sat locked away in his penthouse suite on the seventeenth floor overlooking New York City. Everybody in New… Read More
2018-11-30 02:49
The very thought of food made Lyle Greer want to plunge a steak knife in his gullet, and yet here was at Chux ‘N More. Legend had it that if the grease used at all the other totally he… Read More
2018-11-28 00:07
Thursday, November 29 will be the debut of Act II of Masquerade with my new short story Swallow. From here on out you can expect to see new short stories (~1,500-2,500 words) posted regularl… Read More
2018-11-24 16:58
Creative juices are returning. If there’s anything this hiatus has done for me, it’s added some extra spices to my writing flavor. So pour you a glass and get you a napkin, old f… Read More
2017-12-22 05:39
The Mutant Boy Tommy Gillespie fought hard but couldn’t break away. He was tangled in the grasp of George Turnboat, a 6-foot meaty giant, who flashed a grin that could make grown men b… Read More
2017-12-22 03:55
He fought hard but couldn’t break away. With one hand knotted in his dark, curly hair, my other submerged his head deeper and deeper. He threw and rotated his arms to the side desperat… Read More

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