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H.L. Fullerton

The Catch

Published Dec 3, 2019 · 3,908 words (15 minutes) · 29 views

Fantasy Literary Fiction Love Choose Your Own Future Decisions Decisions Proposals

Sylvie Kate is given the chance to decide her future - and she's certain it's a trick. Because there is always a catch. Always.

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Arthur Klepchukov

Rivet Here

Published Dec 2, 2019 · 495 words (2 minutes) · 14 views

Literary Fiction flash fiction female protagonist World War II

A new kind of relationship blossoms in a small town when most citizens leave to fight in World War II.

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Jen Knox

A PERPETUAL STATE OF AWE

Published Nov 28, 2019 · 2,263 words (9 minutes) · 23 views

Literary Fiction snowstorm Family fema jen knox short story eco fiction storm story

We count to three and pull hard to gain an inch of light. The ice around the door gives, and a clump of snow is released. The fresh air feels nice for a moment, before it begins to bite at our cheeks. Yesterday’s snow is now an undercoat, and the powdery top layer glistens.

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Jen Knox

Green

Published Nov 28, 2019 · 2,365 words (9 minutes) · 4 likes · 260 views

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Joseph’s only deviation from regulation minimalism is an illicit second bicycle... until he meets Alyssa, a dumpster-diving, live-streaming, crowd-funded wanderer.

Award-winning author Jen Knox hails from Ohio, and her work has been featured in The Best Small Fictions 2017, The Saturday Evening Post, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and NPR, among many others.

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Patricia Flaherty Pagan

A Whiff of Clove Cigarettes

Published Nov 23, 2019 · 175 words (1 minute) · 1 like · 117 views

Literary Fiction friendship memories "flash fiction"

When an old friend dies, how do you hold the memories of the free spirit with whom you laughed and competed?

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Vincent L. Scarsella

After It's A Wonderful Life

Published Nov 22, 2019 · 6,089 words (23 minutes) · 1 like · 259 views

Classic Fantasy Literary Fiction christmas

Didn't you ever wonder what happened to George Bailey after the night Clarence got his wings?

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Michael McCormick

DNA Tetragrammaton

Published Nov 19, 2019 · 112 words (1 minute) · 28 views

Literary Fiction weird fiction prose poetry poetry cryptofiction recipe

A cryptic piece I published almost twenty years ago that still has readers stumped (including me!) but it's weirdly compelling. Is it a poem? A story? A koan? A sinister recipe for disaster??

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Wendy Nikel

#blessed

Published Nov 10, 2019 · 811 words (3 minutes) · 29 views

Literary Fiction Science Fiction Social Media technology flash fiction Parents hashtags

A new mom gets caught up in the world of social media.

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KJ Kabza

Clean Shot

Published Nov 7, 2019 · 3,254 words (12 minutes)

Literary Fiction archery

The kind of bow I have is a compound PSE Thunderbolt Stinger. My PSE Thunderbolt Stinger's name is Max, and Max is my best friend because I don't like people.

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Garrett Croker

Light Breaking on Glass

Published Nov 3, 2019 · 6,861 words (25 minutes) · 1 like · 69 views

Fantasy Literary Fiction angst feels Family cancer short story Grief body horror

Gideon spent years watching the disease take his grandfather's body one piece of glass at a time. Now, struggling to come to terms with his grandfather's death, Gideon must deal with the fact that his own body is slowly succumbing to the same fate. Content warning for self-harm.

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