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Attack of the Wolf/Cat: “Escape = Hard”

Attack of the Wolf/Cat Hybrid, Part 8: “Escape = Hard” [read part 1!] Peter tried to writhe, tried to squirm. The Frankenstraps straps held tight and firm.  He tried to twist, tried to nudge. The Frankenstraps just wouldn’t budge. He tried to flex, … Continue reading

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Attack of the Wolf/Cat Abomination (Part 7)

Attack of the Wolf/Cat Hybrid, Part 7 (read part 1!) For Peter, the next chapter careened in and out of focus. Got a little unconventional. Wolfcat = shot. Oh hey, it’s fattie George Sprint, rifle perched on shoulder. Blubbering toward Peter. Then … Continue reading

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Attack of the Wolf/Cat Abomination (Part 6)

Attack of the Wolf/Cat Hybrid, Part 6 [read part 1!] Under the backyard’s wide open sky Señor Wolfcat folded himself into the letter C, gave his crotch a furious snouting. At first he didn’t seem to notice the dirty white … Continue reading

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Attack of the Wolf/Cat Abomination (Part 5)

Attack of the Wolf/Cat Hybrid, Part 5 [read part 1!] Everything had changed. For Peter, it was no longer a matter of escaping the mountain with all his fingers and toes and organs where they were supposed to be. Turns out the … Continue reading

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Saturday Stories: “Inch By Inch” Part 5

3D Printer Fiction: Inch By Inch (Part 5) The whiteness and the blue popping things, which he knew, even in his emergency defcon 5 starvation state, were only a result of high starve-factor mixed with hotness, got worse and worse … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: “Thanksgiving Splurge”

Thanksgiving Splurge Outside, the 300-foot-tall Turkey Mammoths swatted and stamped away what remained of the world. They played crush-the-can with mansions. They kicked cars like ice cubes on the kitchen floor. They plucked heads from human bodies, leaving the torsos standing … Continue reading

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