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Don't Pick: Flash Fiction

She closed in on the open pores enlarged ten times their normal size by a high magnification pocket mirror. Read...
Kate Ryan    |   02.8.15   |   SHARE
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Fiction Friday: Tell Me What To Do

The place where her shoulder blades almost met was suddenly purple, and I tasted blood, slick and tangy, against my lipstick. Read...
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Hunger: Flash Fiction

Fresh orange juice, milk, thick slices of ham, a block of cheese, a carton of eggs—her husband kept it this way should this moment arrive. Read...
Kate Ryan    |   02.1.15   |   SHARE
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Fiction Friday: Never Read The Comments

Alone in your apartment at three o’clock in the morning, you find yourself agreeing: you are a stupid bitch; you can’t write worth shit. Read...
Kathleen Barber of Luna Luna Magazine    |   01.30.15   |   SHARE
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Fiction Friday: Boys And Bicycles

My stomach turns at the touch of his rough hands, and I vomit on his bare feet. Read...
Deirdre Coyle    |   01.23.15   |   SHARE
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A Natural Alarm: Flash Fiction

I have no choice but to start all over again, tomorrow or not at all. Read...
Kate Ryan    |   01.18.15   |   SHARE
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Fiction Friday: The Motherhood Gig

She had left him crying in his crib where she’d thrown him, a punishment for needing her more than she could stand. Read...
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Electric Blue: Fiction From Luna Luna Magazine

He exhaled with a nervous smile because all he could think of was how they'd known each other like this for six months and still hadn’t fucked. Read...
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