Tag Archives: Flash Fiction

“The Cable”

Cover (Half)My flash fiction story “The Cable” was published by 101 Words. It is another post-apocalyptic flash fiction piece. I seem to like writing those. 🙂

 

If you got a minute – it is only 101 words long – you can read it at 101words.org.

 

Icon

Advertisements

Leave a comment

Filed under Published Stories

Screech

A Story of Newfoundland Screech Rum

 

Screech CoverThe corporal standing next to the jeep saluted. “An early night, Colonel?”

I wave my hand. “Damn proprietor was watering down the whiskey and now he has the audacity to close.”

“Tis Sunday morning,” replied Pierre Benoit, a Newfoundlander who Uncle Sam had contracted to build the airfield at Stephenville. “He can’t serve drinks on a Sunday.”

“Is that true, corporal?”
Continue reading

2 Comments

Filed under Uncategorized

“Neptune”

Cover (Window)

Conrad opened his eyes to a view of a massive blue globe. He jerked back and twisted around in the microgravity. He touched something solid in front of him. A window.

He pushed against the window and turned around. Conrad scanned the small room, no larger than a public bathroom stall, and empty except for an EV spacesuit and door. He studied the view through the window. Neptune, he thought. How did I get here?
Continue reading

10 Comments

Filed under Published Stories

“Hello, Is Anybody There?”

Cover

Cover

My flash fiction story “Hello, Is Anybody There?” was published by T. Gene Davis’s Speculative Blog. It is a post-apocalyptic flash fiction about the last participant of a nuclear war, who calls every phone number looking for survivors.

If you got 5 minutes, you can read it at http://wp.me/p4bfXQ-1J

The chess board on the cover shows the game that is in progress as the story opens. It is a chess puzzle if you care to solve it.

Icon

Leave a comment

Filed under Published Stories