I spent the day inside; I couldn’t get out as each door was blocked by groups of small antelopes who had stopped off mid migration to exchange their travel money. 118 more words
Tags » Flash Fiction
If there were to be one man left awake, Dr. Klein supposed, he was the best candidate.
The repopulation began slowly, as expected. The pace of technological advancement had been gaining before the sleep, and Klein had been at the forefront of it, sure, but he now had to familiarize himself with the branches that others had been charged with. 302 more words
When we first began to accept flash fiction for Tahoma Literary Review, both Joe and I had in mind the day that we’d be able to welcome a dedicated Flash Fiction Editor to our team. 312 more words