Flash Fiction

Fiction

Doggone

A handsome, heartthrob archaeologist flashes a million-dollar smile, flashes a lightning-quick whip, flashes well-tanned pectorals in the ga...

RUBBER TEETH

 I had this mask, smelled terrible–put it on and it was like you were pulling yourself through a wormhole to some sort of hot, rotting plane...

Poetry

3 poems

night walk   layla and her kids sleep on a bridge that frowns over the freeway   wrapped in blankets on a yellow ...

Lone Star

a truck bed raised eighteen inches. a mini-Tahoma summit to the passenger seat. swallow my salted goodbyes. flashes of a blue merle’s howl e...

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