Fiction

Beacons

Oct 23, 2017

Short Story by Julie Wittes Schlack

Be positive, but be genuine, the memo advises. Acknowledge that this is an emotionally difficult time, but demonstrate confidence in our future.

Short Stories, Truth-telling | Read More

Davy Crockett Is Just Fine

Apr 17, 2017

Story by Angela Readman

He told us all about bears and what to do when we met one.

Flash Fiction, Surrealism | Read More

Their Lists Long, Their Spreadsheets Lost

Apr 17, 2017

Story by Judy T. Oldfield

On the day the office burned down and everyone died, Rosh thought, 'That’s it, I’m retiring.'

Flash Fiction, Surrealism | Read More

To Be a Snake in Winter

Feb 06, 2017

Story by Nyanka Joseph

There’s a shedder or two in every family.

Flash Fiction, Surrealism | Read More

Stone and Turtle

Sep 12, 2016

Flash Fiction by Bernard Grant

One time I do skip one, but Mamma and Mr. Leon are on the blanket smiling at each other and don’t see.

Flash Fiction, Nature | Read More

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