Tagged with " short fiction"

The Persistence of Flies

The Persistence of Flies

Looking through old notes, I found a single moody paragraph I’d written during a summer vacation in France in 2010.  […]

Sep 24, 2013     Comments Off on The Persistence of Flies
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Let There Be Dragons

Let There Be Dragons

They aren’t all dragons, not technically. A lot of them are actually wyverns, recognizable by having two feet, not four. […]

Sep 9, 2013     Comments Off on Let There Be Dragons
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The Crying Sky

The Crying Sky

Even at the end of the world, my brother is still an asshole. Fireballs scream down from a blood-red sky, […]

Jul 29, 2013     Comments Off on The Crying Sky
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Scavenger Hunt

Scavenger Hunt

“For a full year of tinkering in the garage, all Lora’s mom had asked was, “Don’t touch the time machine.” […]

Dec 17, 2012     Comments Off on Scavenger Hunt
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Verisimilitude

Verisimilitude

“Julia loved her husband, but she knew he wasn’t a talented writer.  She praised where she could, and enjoyed when […]

Dec 10, 2012     Comments Off on Verisimilitude
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Firstborn

Firstborn

“Hanael plummeted into the darkness, the absence of the Divine Presence. As the notion of feathers burned from the inspiration […]

Nov 29, 2012     Comments Off on Firstborn
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Andromeda Moon and the Technobroom Debut

Andromeda Moon and the Technobroom Debut

Two games Adam and I hope to play regularly: In one, I write something, then he illustrates.  That’s not this.  […]

Oct 22, 2012     Comments Off on Andromeda Moon and the Technobroom Debut
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Dislocated

Dislocated

My girlfriend recently observed that nearly all my stories take place in bars. Maybe I have a fictional drinking problem. […]

Oct 11, 2011     Comments Off on Dislocated
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Thresholds

Thresholds

“Thresholds” is a five-part writing exercise in which I took a word and crafted five vignettes, roughly 500 words each. […]

Aug 8, 2011     Comments Off on Thresholds
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