Short Story #25 – (rearrived)

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Lilith and the Nixie – Short Story #9

“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” – Marcel Proust She had gone this way before, walking through these woods as she often did. Though she must have gotten turned around somewhere, because all […]

Path to Lethe – Short Story #8

With exception to the moon, it was dark. Walking among the giants they in silence wept. Where they were going no one knew. But there we’re going. That counts for something. Doesn’t it? I don’t know. They didn’t know, either. They […]

It Was – Short Story #6

He sat on the bench. It was a day of fairness. It was a day of foulness. He sat on the bench. Watching, alone, as the individuals strolled by. Strolling, they ignored him entirely. Entirely ignoring him, they were interesting […]

On the Train – Short Story #5

They were on the train for what seemed like years. Frank, Kim, and Winston were going somewhere on the train from where they came from. It was dark outside. A little cold. And altogether they were in a positive mood. […]

Snowy Eve Pt. 2 – Short Story #3

Ham in hand Todd labored into the deserted streets of Baltimore, passing closed shops and empty parking lots along the way. He struggled to keep hold of both the ham and his jacket, the wind slicing through him fiercely and […]

The Trick: Short Story #1

Ray Bradbury, author of Fahrenheit 451, offers some great writing advice in a lecture to young authors. Among things like “read widely and often” and “stay away from computers”, Bradbury gave one interesting challenge: Before you write that novel, first write a […]