Here are some more flash fiction pieces. These three were published in G. W. Thomas’ wonderful Flashshot, which I recommend for a daily shot of … well … flash fiction. MEMENTO MORRY by Marian Allen It nestled in the grass. I shivered at its empty…

Ah, the life of a writer! If you get mad at somebody, you can kill that person. And you can repeat that pleasure as often as you like.   COURTING DISASTER by Marian Allen As I leave the courthouse, I hear my freshly ex snarl…

Here is a mermaid (or, as I call them here, mermayd) scene from EEL’S REVERENCE. Aunt Libby, who reports the story, calls them “he” although they’re hermaphroditic (mermaphroditic?) because they don’t have breasts. (Ha! Take that SEO keywords, me proud buck!) My apologies: This is…

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