Flash Fiction

  • The Carpet

    October 9, 2016 • Flash Fiction
    The Carpet

    Flash fiction by Victoria Infantino

    She was given the Carpet when she was eight. She couldn’t remember where it came from, but one day it simply appeared on the floor, next to her bed... Read on...

  • Stolen Memories

    October 2, 2016 • Flash Fiction
    Stolen Memories

    Flash Fiction by Timothy Jay Smith

    I think everyone wants to revisit where they spent their early years, and where so much took place that they will always carry it with them. For me that was Algiers. ... Read on...

  • Flames

    April 14, 2016 • Flash Fiction

    Flash Fiction by Nicholas John Greenfield

    We were at the ocean, swimming, when the tide took him away.  I stayed on the beach till they found me, half-frozen, staring at the vast empty expanse of water expecting him to surface,... Read on...

  • The Garment of Many Lands

    Flash Fiction by Georgina Elizabeth

    I curl my hand round the taut rigging, staring into the ink of a moonless night. Fear licks along my skin with the wet, raspy breeze. Closing my eyes, I surrender to the peace and sickening silence of four hours’ watch. ... Read on...

  • Friday Mosque

    February 26, 2016 • Flash Fiction
    Friday Mosque

    Flash Fiction by Haitham Alsarraf

    A small concrete mosque resides in the center of a residential area. Light brown, cracking paint wraps its simple geometric walls... Read on...