Flash Fiction

  • Shower Break

    February 3, 2016 • Flash Fiction
    Shower Break

    Flash Fiction by Maria Shanina

    You close the door, turn on the tap and wait till the water is right. You take off your clothes, put the slippers away and get under the flow of warmth and calmness... Read on...

  • Turtle Trainer

    October 14, 2015 • Flash Fiction
    Turtle Trainer

    Flash fiction by Adnan Adam Onart

    He is Osman Hamdi Bey, the painter himself, the professor, the director of the newly founded Museum of Archeology... Read on...

  • Father Figure

    June 13, 2015 • Flash Fiction
    Father Figure

    Flash Fiction by Erez Volk

    Dad's here again. He seems to smile a lot these days. Mom hasn't been coming. Dad won't say why. ... Read on...

  • One Last Thing Before You Go

    Flash fiction by Raquel Fontanilla

    Hemmed in on all sides by morning commuters, she struggles to keep her chin from grazing the slick comb over of the gray-suited businessman in front of her. His shoulder blade presses into her left breast. The train smells of fish, miso, and vinegar... Read on...

  • The Origin of Miracles

    Flash fiction by Dorotea Mendoza

    She guides her eight-year old in until the water comes up to his chest. It is cold, not yet warmed by the sun. ... Read on...