Already the irritating fly that eluded my swatting earlier takes its vengeful residence amidst the rapidly-mounting pool of blood in which I lie; a sea of deepening red that this morning flowed warm and sustaining through my veins. Yet I do not shoo the fly away. My lifeless body is …Read More »
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» The Man With Gray Hair by Mark Stewart Cassidy Short stories, flash fiction and creative writing online.
The first day I saw him, others were ignoring him and, perhaps, the rest of the world meant little to him at this point. Certainly this part of the world, a bus stop near a doughnut-and-coffee place, its walls sticky red in the sun, with its pool tables and Pacheco. …Read More »
What does it take to achieve viral stardom in 2018? Seemingly, chopping herbs well is enough. A video posted by Rebecca Castañeda, who’s family own the El Camino Mexican restaurant in Fullerton, California has racked up 4.6 million views at time of writing – and it shows just that. First …Read More »
It is 1975. Iâm sitting with my father in the sofa-like front seat of his fatherâs car which heâs borrowed to take me for a ride. Just the two of us. Itâs a red car of some make; a 1960-something Vauxhall. Iâm ten years old. My father smells of coconut …Read More »
» The Saxophone Man by Roy L. Pickering Jr Short stories, flash fiction and creative writing online.
What am I going to say to Ellen? How will she react when I tell her I’ve been fired? I suppose there’s no point in asking myself rhetorical questions. I know exactly what she’s going to say. Content continues after advertisement “Howard, how could you let this happen? How are …Read More »
He’d never bothered to learn her name, knew it was supposed to be easier that way but, of course, it wasn’t. Not that it was meant to be a hard job anyway. Get in, wave the armor about, scare her into giving over what she didn’t really have; then out, …Read More »
» The Man-Playing Guitar and the Guitar-Playing Man by Simon Thalmann Short stories, flash fiction and creative writing online.
A guitar who had learned to play the man decided he wanted to form a band. He gathered up his courage and called a guitar-playing man and asked him if he would be interested in joining him. Content continues after advertisement — Hmm, said the guitar-playing man. So youâre a …Read More »