March Flash Fiction Draw — “Tulips, in the Key of Philip”

Hey everyone! Today is the second Monday of March, which means today is the deadline for the Flash Fiction Draw challenge that Jeffrey Ricker drew a week ago. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, you can catch up here, but the short version is he used a deck of cards to randomly select … Continue reading March Flash Fiction Draw — “Tulips, in the Key of Philip”

February Flash Fiction Draw — “Deceptive Expectations”

Hey there! Today is the second Monday of February, which means today is the deadline for the Flash Fiction Draw challenge that Jeffrey Ricker drew a week ago. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, you can catch up here, but the short version is he used a deck of cards to randomly select … Continue reading February Flash Fiction Draw — “Deceptive Expectations”

January Flash Fiction Draw — “A Fairy Tale for the Little Acorn.”

Good morning! Today is the second Monday of January, which means today is the deadline for the Flash Fiction Draw challenge that Jeffrey Ricker drew a week ago. If you have no idea what I'm talking about, you can catch up here, but the short version is he used a deck of cards to randomly … Continue reading January Flash Fiction Draw — “A Fairy Tale for the Little Acorn.”

Short Stories 366:121 — “Foie Gras,” by Charles Payseur

I think I've championed the joy that is a Charles Payseur short story on this story-a-day journey twice times thus far, and talked about his stories a couple of times during my Sunday Shorts regular posts, and also during the holidays I've talked up his supremely enjoyable holiday super-villain stories. There's a reason for that: … Continue reading Short Stories 366:121 — “Foie Gras,” by Charles Payseur