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Flash Fiction: “How the Sai Island Seahorses Happened”

Flash Fiction: “How the Sai Island Seahorses Happened” The ninjas knew to neutralize the horses. They crabbed and they crawled. They flipped and they flopped. They were like a sloppy twisty blur of fat, tri-toed ninja shoes bouncing in the … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: “Get Highpants – Part 2”

Things were going poorly. Very poorly. Damn old man brain! Old man hands! Why was this taking so long? Agent Edgar Plome (ret.) was busy with fishing line, making it so the shotgun fired when somebody came in through the … Continue reading

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Saturday Stories: “Get Highpants”

The agency had a special alert system that could tell via sub cranial brain-chip when any of the retired agents were about to start going senile. And then of course Headquarters would send in a squad of fresh young agents … Continue reading

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Saturday Stories: “Duck Lake”

Dr. Putnam wondered, If she was really a witch how could she have died? Or how could she have stayed dead? Or, even more-so, how could she still be staying dead even as we speak? Just from a little water in her … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: “Farmyard”

Farmyard (part 1) Malamute shuffled out of the bunkhouse scratching his doughy, left glute. He was a dogman with the body of a scrawny teenage boy, but with the thick furry head of a middle-aged Siberian Husky (growing up, he had … Continue reading

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Search Engine Optimization: A Novel

Search Engine Optimization: A Novel Chapter 1. Latest Tablet Computers asks his father why he named his son ‘Latest Tablet Computers,’ and is then attacked by 100% Natural Penis Enlargement Ads. Latest Tablet Computers Jr., a shy little boy of … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: “Cat Puppeteer”

Cat Puppeteer Many nights, after C15 (the cyborg) checked the food bowl to make sure Ston had considered the food, he switched on the laser pointer embedded in his fingertip and went in search for the cat. When he found … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: “The Crawling Hand (with a gun)

The Crawling Hand (with a gun) The Crawling Hand (with a gun) crept toward the man in the fancy leather reading chair. It wasn’t just a hand. There were a few inches of forearm too, pale and springy with hair, but … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: “Leap in Literacy”

Leap in Literacy Jert kept his word. After dinner the lessons began. First it was kiddie books with the really big words that you could read from the other side of the room in the dark if you already knew … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: “Box of Peaches”

Box of Peaches Ensign Dan sat at the washing machine which was covered in a cut-open v-neck tee shirt stretched into a tablecloth. The thick slices of spacespam lay in rows on a chipped serving dish. Ensign Dan took three … Continue reading

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