Flash Fiction

“A Personality Examination, Among Other Things” Flash Fiction by Ara Hone

Ara Hone writes speculative fiction. Before that, she climbed grain silos to admire sunsets, joined the military when it wasn’t cool, and survived a sales career. She adores a great TV series and editing stories for Flash Fiction Magazine. Her best advice? Drink coffee daily. @ara_hone

“The Caul” Dark Flash Fiction by Brooke Brannon

Brooke Brannon, a former crime reporter and escapee from the software industry, writes dark fiction that none of her family is allowed to read. Her nonfiction has won awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, and her first US-published short story was nominated for a 2021 Pushcart Prize.

“For Laura” Dark Drabble by Gary Thomson

Gary Thomson lives in Ontario, where he enjoys riffing Beatles and blues on his Hohner harmonica between writing projects. His flash has appeared in Molecule, fiftywordstories [4], Fairfield Scribes, among others; and longer fiction elsewhere.

“Son” Flash Horror by K.A. Williams

K. A. Williams lives in North Carolina and writes speculative, mystery/crime, general fiction, and poetry. She has been published in many magazines including Mystery Tribune, Trembling With Fear, Theme of Absence, Altered Reality, Yellow Mama, and View From Atlantis. Apart from writing, she enjoys rock music and CYOA games.

“At the Museum of Art” and “Arriving at the Pearly Gates” Dark Flash Fiction by Karen Watts

Karen Southall Watts teaches Humanities at Bellingham Technical College, and Business Soft Skills courses for Canadian College. Her flash fiction and poetry have been featured at Fairfield Scribes, Free Flash Fiction, The Drabble, 101Words, and soon at Sledgehammer Lit and Soren Lit. She is also the author of several business books and articles. Reach her at @askkaren on Twitter 

“And” Dark Flash Fiction by Grove Koger

Grove Koger is the author of When the Going Was Good: A Guide to the 99 Best Narratives of Travel, Exploration, and Adventure, Assistant Editor of Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal, and former Assistant Editor of Art Patron.

“In Ruins” Horror Drabble by P.T. Corwin

P. T. Corwin uses his training as an actor to read to himself in funny voices. His stories have been published in Constant Readers and 365tomorrows and are forthcoming in Crow’s Feet Journal, Schlock Webzine and Dark Matter Magazine. He celebrates his literary victories at www.ptcorwin.co.uk.

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