Category Archives: short fiction

Gregor and the Cure

Gregor touched her skin. It was cool and smooth and perfect. An electrical signal ran through his body originating and concluding at the brain stem, causing every organ and muscle a slight anticipatory convulse. Her breasts quickly responded with flesh … Continue reading

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Ugly Green Cars

“I hate these cars. They are Ugly, ugly ugly.” Crasley stood on a busy street corner waiting to cross. Most cars were identical, faded green curvilinear boxes with stubby noses. One he noticed, distinguished by stenciled letters on the top … Continue reading

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Shades of Something Wicked

Dream April 22, 2012 My friends, M and her husband J, and I were inside the large warehouse re-purposed as an indoor market place, now lined with individual commercial stands. Not an uncommon change of function in our post industrial … Continue reading

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