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Assorted Microfiction

Assorted Microfiction

A Story by Urquhart


Microfiction inspired by Very Short Stories wired.com/wired/archive/14.11/sixwords.html Joss Whedon, Stephen Baxter, Neil Gaiman, Neal Stephenson and ..
Quickstep

Quickstep

A Poem by .:Lu:.


A short poem :) enjoy!
The Wrong Question

The Wrong Question

A Story by Trip


We’d been asking the wrong question all along.It was first posed by some fringe intellectuals: “Do they feel pain?” Initial research..
Under the Welcome Mat

Under the Welcome Mat

A Story by Genie Crick


A surreal flash tale and the inaugural piece for http://sharkteethzine.com. If it's up your alley, please consider submitting your own flashes. We nee..
Long Shadows

Long Shadows

A Story by emi


"Don't cry because it's over smile because it happened" -Dr. Seuss
Blood type B

Blood type B

A Book by light years in love


This voracious incantation feeds off what remains. This solemn splendor leaves me brittle. Shimmering in astral shame. I am left to sing ignoble balla..
liquid rubies

liquid rubies

A Chapter by light years in love


12/2011 (Blood type B: Installment Eleven)
Wake Me Up; A Fragment

Wake Me Up; A Fragment

A Story by Cal Iginis


A digital scrap from the apocalypse.
Downward Rising

Downward Rising

A Book by light years in love


collab with Angie Diane
convalescence

convalescence

A Chapter by light years in love


05/2012 (Blood type B: Installment Twelve)
Pure Smoke

Pure Smoke

A Story by S.P. Johnson Jr.


Flash fiction. A man named Jackson reflects on a recent, unsettling assignment. wc - 250
Red Stilettos

Red Stilettos

A Story by Josh Matteo


My first attempt at flash fiction. I don't know if the story is too confusing and would need more elaboration to be a flash fiction so let me know wha..
I mean, we could've surrendered

I mean, we could've surrendered

A Story by Tom Cook


A 233 word, one sentence, flash fiction piece.
Thunderstorm

Thunderstorm

A Poem by MistyFog


Storm clouds rumble in The roars of thunder threaten Blinding light flashes
I rambled in a fiery wake

I rambled in a fiery wake

A Poem by Diana Christina


Excerpts from a lost vacation.

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