Author Archives: Lexifab

Friday flash fiction – Remote Retrieval

I don’t know if this thing is recording. I hope it wasn’t damaged in the attack. It probably doesn’t matter anyway. Even if you get here soon, it won’t be soon enough. I found the drone, for the record. Node … Continue reading

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100 for 100 challenge

I’ve just returned from a very quick trip to introduce my children to that abyssal money sink some people call skiing. I’ve learned a couple of things. The first is that I have the knees of a terribly old man. … Continue reading

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Friday flash fiction – October Music

October Music Every Halloween, Bernie Flinders plays music to quiet her ghosts. When the evening’s stream of costumed children dissipates to a trickle, she snuffs the candles in the jack-o’-lanterns, sets the remnant candy in a bowl on the porch, … Continue reading

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A word about Fridays

Starting this week, I am going to post a short-short story here every Friday morning. This is a mental health measure. I get too many ideas I’m convinced should be turned into stories. When I don’t do anything with them, … Continue reading

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GenreCon 2017, for your consideration

My first choice for a speculative fiction convention with a heavy writers’ stream is my local, Conflux. I’ll probably talk about that from time to time. But for those of us who can’t make it to Canberra in October (as … Continue reading

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