101 Words

Please enjoy my microfiction, “No Time to Forget,” first published in 101 Words Wallace sat at a kitchen table, numb. In his head, blue lights from the driveway still flashed. He was finished being strong. He had held her hand as life slipped away, then made the calls, and waited while the sun rose. Now […]

50-Word Stories

Please enjoy my microfiction, “Where My Friend’s Brother Died,” first published in 50-Word Stories Townsfolk named it Suicide Hill, a dirt road heading into the setting sun. It intersected train tracks near the bottom, with no warning lights or crossbars. My friend called it Memory Lane, and we rode our bikes in the midday, coasting […]