Flash Fiction Friday: March 2014

On the first Friday of every month, we are all about the flash fiction. That means short little tales, usually under 1000 words. That’s a lot of story for not a lot of words.

Zombie March by Brynn MacNabb // October 2012 Flash Fiction Online // Free
Zombies come for things that aren’t brains.

Dream with Enough Conviction by Samuel Snoeck-Brown // Issue 32 Red Fez // Free
A woman carries on a relationship with her husband’s murderer.

Hang by Rachel Angius // April 2013 Schlock Magazine // Free
Dog. Dog. Dog.

Flash Fiction Friday: February 2014

On the first Friday of every month, we are all about the flash fiction. That means short little tales, usually under 1000 words. That’s a lot of story for not a lot of words.

Nothing To Be Ashamed Of by Gerri Brightwell // June 2011 Word Riot // free
A woman comes home from grocery shopping to find her alcoholic husband on the kitchen floor.

Bonnie and Clyde by Lia Mitchell // December 2013 Flash Fiction Online // free
The security guard at a bank makes a judgement during a robbery.

#578 by Foster Trecost // Nanoism // free
Too short for synopsis.

Dangling Now, in the Erotic City of Ghosts by Heather Fowler // Winter 2014 Contrary Magazine // free
In the Erotic City of Ghosts, what sorts of things might you see?