Flash Fiction

Eggs

Flash Fiction by Patricia Cosgrove At the end of the lane, beyond the scrags of gorse and fuchsia and the fields dipping to the…

The Paper City

Flash Fiction by Rebecca Harrison Our city was paper. It was warm. When the winds came, we heard the cathedrals tear. We saw the…

Whose Hand?

Flash Fiction by Preston Gralla He stood behind her, not daring to touch her shoulder. He took a breath. Reached out. Then stopped himself….

Architecture of the Eye

Flash Fiction by Mitchell Grabois 1. I wrote about nature, about parents and children and the terrible things they do to each other, about…

A Clear Shot

Flash Fiction by Andrew O’Kelley Calvin felt an itch arise near his ankle and willed it away. Steady, purposeful movements, his father had insisted….