Posts Tagged "short fiction"

Kerouac’s Renascence

by on Jul 17, 2018 in Short Fiction, Slider | 0 comments

Kerouac’s Renascence

FICTION: Dear Sis, Since the onset of my symptoms, I’ve been saving the last pages in the leather-bound notebook you gifted me…

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The Chariots, the Horsemen

by on Jul 10, 2018 in Short Fiction, Slider | 0 comments

The Chariots, the Horsemen

SHORT FICTION: I ascend during the church picnic. My thighs peel off the plastic bench with a crisp smack, and I’m two feet into the air before I understand what is happening.

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When You’re Ready

by on Jul 3, 2018 in Short Fiction, Slider | 0 comments

When You’re Ready

In the morning, when the fog lies thick and heavy on the water, I sit at my workbench and seed the next simulant. It takes fourteen double-C commands to move the digital embryo into the simulation tank and begin the process.

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A Different Kind of Place

by on Jun 19, 2018 in Short Fiction, Slider | 0 comments

A Different Kind of Place

SHORT FICTION: After the zombie outbreak in San Fontaine was put down, Zadie treated herself to a new hair color as a way to get away from constantly watching the news.

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Suzie Q

by on Jun 12, 2018 in Short Fiction, Slider | 1 comment

Suzie Q

FICTION: I have a demon inside me. It knows all my secrets, all my weaknesses. On a good day, when the sun is shining, the offering plates are filled with honey and I have enough candles for my circle to hold, the angels keep it at bay.

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