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Friday Flash Fiction – Works Like a Dream

Francesca has been wandering the darkened halls of the charred house for ages when the knock finally comes. The door is a pristine white unlike anything else in her singed surroundings; it wasn’t there a moment ago. “Excuse me, Miss…er, … Continue reading

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Friday flash fiction – The Eagle of Blackwall

The city of Blackwall’s guardian is eternal and eternally unthanked. Shalaya, the first and last eagle. She has stretched out on thermals, languid and watchful, for centuries past. She will for untold ages to come, until she is no longer … Continue reading

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Friday Flash Fiction – Mister Extra

Ace Reporter: This is Grace Cartilage from Ace News .I’m at the scene of another super-powered battle in downtown Colossus City. Today’s saviour is a new member of our crowded superhero community. Mister Extra, why don’t you introduce yourself to … Continue reading

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Friday Flash Fiction – The High Ground

Dirty water laps at the edge of the corrugated tin roof as Craig searches the sky again. The rescue chopper is nowhere to be seen against the boiling black clouds. Thunder cracks and the rain is hitting him like a … Continue reading

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Friday Flash Fiction – Slipjack Junction

It struck me as an unusual business, burying Jeremiah Bench in a salt-packed grave with a silver dollar under his tongue and cherrywood stakes through his hands and feet. Reckon something about Bench’s hideout must’ve spooked Sheriff Gunderson into his … Continue reading

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