What We Must, Flash Fiction

What We Must

Bryce turned his back to the stage and exited stage left. His body dripped with sweat and the stage lights made his scrawny back and shoulders glisten, thereby accentuating his exhaustion. Left in the center of the stage was a bloodied body lying face down. His chest didn’t move; the man wasn’t breathing. The house… Continue reading What We Must, Flash Fiction

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In Our Time, a Flash Fiction

In Our Time a Flash Fiction

The entirety of Vince’s life was burdened with chaos and everyday was a compound of the last until Vince was miserable. Work, romance, community all lost meaning as he instead pursued isolation. Vince worked overseas teaching English and after getting fed up with the chaos, he left his job but he did not turn back… Continue reading In Our Time, a Flash Fiction

The Cold to Come, Flash Fiction

The Cold To Come Flash Fiction

The noon sun beat down on the city of rubble and ash and dirt. Color had long vanished from the building from the constant baking from the sun and a perpetual grey conquered the entire city. If it weren’t for the footsteps of the fifteen person caravan the city would have been enveloped in a… Continue reading The Cold to Come, Flash Fiction

Second Life, a Flash Story

The musk of the subway was beyond the homeless who inhabit it, it was like death had been their for years and left to fester. Adam could only notice the smell but despite its strength, he seemed to be the only one who recognized it. The stench could not phase the bustle of the crowd… Continue reading Second Life, a Flash Story

Echo One, Flash Fiction

“Echo One to Houston, do you read?” A man shouted into a receiver as his rescue pod tumbled into Earth’s orbit. The rescue pod was smoking and sparking, and inside the cramped pod where Astronaut Raphael Hernandez folded into, the lights were off. “Echo One to Houston, do you read,” Raphael repeated into the dead… Continue reading Echo One, Flash Fiction