The DMV agent scooted her black wheely chair over to the microphone from her cubicle, eyes glazed over even though her shift just started. The humidity in the room made her unkempt hair frizz up and sweat held her short bangs against her forehead. Her voice droned over the static intercom, “Number 42 C, to … Continue reading DMV’s Suck!
Sky bird lowers her haunches. The twig sags under her weight as she tests her wings-- opening and closing rhythmically. Now faster, she speeds up their pace. Not yet; even faster, so her wings blur. You can’t even see the individual feathers. Almost. She steadies her breath. Inhale. Exhale. Get ready...lift! For several beats she … Continue reading Sky Bird
Shopping for groceries is the single most monotonous chore I can think of, so why does it always trigger THE BEAST? I itch the skin under my neck brace, then wince. No, not a literal beast, with fur and teeth and an instinct to kill, but it might as well be, that is why I … Continue reading BEASTIE
Welcome back! I am eager to announce the winner of the first Flash Fiction Contest on my website! First of all, I want to thank everyone who entered! There were many great stories and it was so difficult to choose, but alas, only one can be the winner for February. So, I'll cut right to it! … Continue reading Febuary Flash Fiction Winner
Sumar’s father cries out, “You can’t do this! He is just a little boy!" “He can never fulfill the path of Nochlanti.” The head Monk says. “Not with what he is.” Sumar doesn’t understand what is going on. He thought they were coming into the sea to fish for dinner. Sumar likes to eat … Continue reading Sumar’s Path