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by Fred D. Smith

Roland’s world-wide assortment finally arrived, and he wasted no time unsealing the large plastic bag and dumping the stamps—half a pound’s worth (roughly five thousand, including duplicates) onto the dining room table. 713 more words



by Jeff Fleischer

Life had once again become monotonous. He still hunted chickens that all seemed alike, and avoided the men who hunted him, all of whom seemed similarly alike. 664 more words

The Citron Review


by Lee Anderson

Ophelia’s first time was with her boyfriend’s rock band and a group of girls the
other members had picked up, having lured them back to the hotel with their long… 713 more words

The Citron Review

What Pegman Saw : The gravedigger

Gordie skidded to a halt, front wheel throwing up dirt and twigs. He jumped off the bike, let it drop. A crow flapped up into a nearby tree, cawed once and hunkered down. 219 more words

Crimson Ink and Flame: Micro-Fiction

Now that we’ve finally published The Exile’s Blade (and don’t yet have another big writing project underway!) I hope to write more micro-fiction … in between writing 1000-word stories for our fortnightly Writers’ Circle meetings, attending fairs with our books, and taking more time off to assist in ‘recovering’ from poor health! 406 more words

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OLWG#68 - Late Night Phone Call

My creative brain is taking a holiday as practical matters take over my waking hours. I have struggled with all writing challenges this week. Thank you to Thom at the… 182 more words

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Man in the Moon

Those who drove past that particular stretch of road would have
caught a glimpse of what they thought was a dead animal; it was dead… 1,031 more words

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