Flash Fiction

Every Single Day
Fiction by
Charmaine T. Davis

August 28, 2013

  Everybody knows her—the girl in the neighborhood who never plays at her own house. Feet always tramping through somebody else’s yard. Feet chasing us boys and girls across blades of grass more familiar to her than her own luscious green.   “Wild,” my mama called her.   “Free,” I silently renamed her.   Then, long after the nondescript […]

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Thunk Crash
Fiction by
Mary Helen Norris

August 5, 2013

Thunk. Crash. Those two sounds rang out from the backyard of the old brick house. Thunk. Crash. Giggling joined it. Thunk. Crash. Two little girls, one blonde the other brunette, came running up the stairs carrying old mason jars. They took the jars to the entrance of the dumpster and tossed them as far as […]

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