Category: SHORT FICTION

Halfway House

The afternoon sun was warm on my face. Even hours later, I would remember this moment. I stood staring up at the sky, shielding my eyes against the brilliance. I would remember because I...

Hybrid

Pony lay on her back in the tall grass in the clearing near the entrance to the derelict that was once The Kennedy Space Center’s main building. Keen on getting inside, she stared up...

Harlequin

A clock-work doll sits atop a wobbly mountain of rubble. He has dry, empty sockets where his eyes should be. His smile is wide and full of teeth. A fat tear hangs in suspended...

Going Dark

Dran’s sphere flickered then steadily started to glow. Finally, the signal was strong enough for live-talk again. Frantic, he fumbled with it–fingers shaky. “Wheela! What in the stars happened? Answer already!” “Well, hello to...

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