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Friday Fictioneers: “Biggest Backyard”

Biggest Backyard I’m listening for her chain-jingle on the wrong side of our fence. Moving through the dry bamboo reeds we use as swords, the trees running branch tips through my hair. I consider the ticks, droplets bobbing on the … Continue reading

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100-word Fiction Friday: “Big Move”

Big Move As many sticks of dynamite as grains of rice in a two-pound sack, helicopters enough to smoke the sky, a dangling rainstorm of chains. All my wealth. And that was only the tip! It hung down from the copter-cloud: … Continue reading

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100-word Fiction Friday: “Bad Handle”

Bad Handle The rainbow had been a solid thing, bold and bright, shining like glossy candy stripes that hurt your teeth. The birds had swerved round it, the rain rumbled as it rolled down. The Earth swayed safely above the … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: “The Pig”

The Pig Butcher Fry chased the pig through the dank sewer throat, his cleaver raised above his bald head and knifing through the moldy drips of air. As the pig’s splashing, snorting body glistened past the sulky beams of light, … Continue reading

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