Flash Fiction #17

“I need the biggest piece of chocolate cake that you have,” Chana said as she slumped onto the barstool. Nasrin paused as she was wiping up the counter. “Bad day or did you finally give up on that diet?” Her friend pulled a face that told her she wasn’t in the mood for jokes. Nasrin … Continue reading Flash Fiction #17


Flash Fiction #12

Kyle set down her beer so that she could politely clap for the last performer. The guy had all the markings of a midlife crisis and a recent divorce - overly expensive guitar, a soul patch, and an ill-advised straw trilby on his head. His cover of “Somebody That I Used to Know” had been … Continue reading Flash Fiction #12