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Each detail was ugly, and the whole thing was happiness.

Creative Writing

The Silver Spoon

by Peter Vegas Welshman

In Defense of the passionate.

It was official the committee approved 3 months of love:

Against white columns pouring down showers of rainwater, in the green forest of the balding cypress, with water overflowing of honey and lavender; amongst hundreds of linen patterned percale sheets, and embroidered Turkish pillows– he tasted every last drop of the cup cake he longed for– the blue frescoed ceilings; the fine French tile, the black modern fixtures, and the plush four-inch pile teal rug, one could never forget, how he lapped every essence of her in… for years, no one knew. 475 more words

Flash Fiction

Literary Lion--The Motion of the Ocean

As a way of keeping my brain alert and to get myself some much needed practice writing fiction, I have decided to participate in a weekly writing activity prompted by the… 426 more words


NWW Photo Prompt ~ Palm Fronds

Welcome back to the NWW Photo Prompt!

The New West Writers Photo Prompt is a twice-monthly challenge for writers of all genres. It’s easy to participate — and we encourage everyone to do so. 407 more words


Sagebrush Flash-Fiction Caption Contest Winners

Drum roll, please.

We are happy to announce the authors of the winning submissions – Curt Hanson for “The Lengths We Go Through” and Courtney Chapman… 104 more words

Flash Fiction Contest

Friday Fictioneers - Special Concoction

Thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for hosting Friday Fictioneers and to G.L. MacMillan for this interesting photo prompt:

Here is my story:

Velma wiped the sweat from her brow.   101 more words

Flash Fiction

Under the Sea

Oliver swam for miles and miles, looking for just a little bite of food.

It was hard, as a fish, to be anything other than pescatarian. 244 more words

Short Story