Flash Fiction

To Be a Snake in Winter

Feb 06, 2017

Story by Nyanka Joseph

There’s a shedder or two in every family.

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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.

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Viola's Speech

Mar 09, 2015

Novel Excerpt by James Tadd Adcox

What we interpret as entropy is only our preference for one state of matter over another.

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Woodland Wedding and Other Stories

Mar 04, 2015

Flash Fiction by Anna North

'What are you afraid of?' Carla asked. 'You can’t get hurt on your wedding day.'

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Sparkly Plans, Grease, and Luck

Feb 23, 2015

Flash Novella Excerpt by Meg Pokrass

On our stoop, luck clears its throat like a Mormon missionary and walks away.

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Lost Wax

Feb 02, 2015

Flash Fiction by Leonard Kress

Sol’s divorce isn’t final, but at this moment, he knows he wants this hot, hod-carrying girl.

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The Tea Party of Lewis Carroll

Nov 24, 2014

Chapbook Excerpt by William Todd Seabrook

'You will not make it to heaven on jokes alone,' the Bishop said.

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Sure

May 14, 2014

Flash Fiction by Kathryn Gahl

She indulged in hot baths, scoured Goodwill for school clothes, and patched the roof.

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A Small Thing

Apr 23, 2014

Flash Fiction by Missy-Marie Montgomery

Maybe feeling for a minute that I was a prize—so obviously devoted and still sort of pretty, even.

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Deaf Uncle

Mar 03, 2014

TW Prizewinning Flash Fiction by Charlotte M. Porter

His father, Ronald “Beau” Rutledge, III, pronounced coin like co-win although he didn’t care a fig for teamwork.

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