Latest Flash Fiction Stories

    No one noticed the match strike. No one heard the fire pop to life. No one smelt sulfur dissolve in the air. And no one saw the flame dance its way to the cigarette.

    Eddie recognized the silhouette that slid from the shadows. He also recognized the Derringer in her hand—it was his own. The light bled through the blinds casting stripes...

Latest Poems

Grass blows and wine is poured

Wendy williams whistled weary people finish talking

Latest Short Stories

    Senora Alvarez sat in her chair with a quilt spread across her lap and the glow of the television illuminating her face. She sat there gazing into the blank snowfield of TV monitor, just as she had for the last three years. Actually it had been three years, seven months, and 21 days. She sat there day and night, she sat there...

I stared up road glancing to my sides only when necessary. I tried not to see the white sided houses. The mini vans. The basketball nets. The little boxes resting on window sills. I was the only person for miles, a stranger in a ghost town. Floods in the curb rushed toward the gutter like mice, splashing up around me with the smack of my tires...

    The room was a thousand keys all striking mad in their order, yet conducting some unknown symphony.  Shelley took in the noise, noticing it for the first time since she started her assignment.  She liked the noise.  It meant she was done before everyone else.  She looked around the room; a hundred students...