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Crack the Claw

George is 35 years old. He is a teacher, who sidelines as an artist and late-night city rover defending the defenseless against swarmings. He wants a calm, normal life, free from the terror in the city. 117 more words

Short Story

Jack | Sunday Photo Fiction

He raged and swore at the three of them. Their mother stood quietly behind him, rolling her eyes, in sympathy with her step-daughter, and her two sons. 186 more words

Free-form Writing

Flash Fiction Friday: First Date

FIRST DATE

“Are you busy tonight?”

Ted’s tanned face was shaded by the large umbrella covering the café table.  Janie and I came here regularly to drink iced lattes and catch up on all things gossipy; it was only by chance that today we’d run into Ted and invited him to join us. 348 more words

Postaweek

Photo Story #73

He stared out at rows of pumpkins. Gourds. He remembered his mother-in-law’s lecturing voice. How would he know which one to pick? We need the perfect pumpkin… 18 more words

Writing

Flash Friday #6: Virtual Reality, Pt 2

In last week’s installment, a modern longsword fencer who’s lost his game meets a mysterious stranger who promises to help him get it back—at any cost.

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Writing

Fiction Friday #22

All I Half Left

a short by M.J. Moores~

Normally the sweet-earthy scent of dew moist leaves beings me a peace and inner joy that tease forth a cocky smile and wide-spread arms. 257 more words

M.J. Moores

Old Man Decker's House On Halloween Night

Old man Decker never liked kids; on Halloween he used to leave sour crab apples at the edge of his property; if you ate one you would get sick. 180 more words

VISUALS