Category Archives: Flash Fiction
By: Summer Harrelson On Thanksgiving Day I had to go get some missing ingredients that I forgotten from the grocery store . When I arrived at the grocery store I went straight to the back to get my turkey legs
By: Tamara Fogle The asylum was empty, the floors were dingy, the walls were full of discoloration. This was life that Sister Meredith knew. She was a middle aged nun who gave her life to helping others. What she didn’t
By: Damion Watson It had been 42 days since we had left the village. Well, days was not how we measured time in this day and age. It was true, we no longer were part of the outside world.
By: Jaime Stewart I came to the scene of the crime asking what had happened, and this old lady said that she had seen something on the very top of the ferris wheel. I asked her what this thing looked
By: Kathryn Crigger White feathers drifted down from the top of the ferris wheel . The large structure had not been used- or even visited- in years. Today was an exception though, many flashing lights surrounded its base and