Flash in the Pan

A Silent Marriage

Mr. and Mrs. Dalton were creatures of habit. Each morning, when the alarm clock trilled at 6:30 am,...

Flash in the Pan

On Discovering My Poetry Causes Hysteria

A ceiling fan cuts the humid air. A decrepit bookstore; the musty aroma of hardbacks. I wait until...

Flash in the Pan

Whoever Gets Burnt from the Porridge, Blows on the Yogurt, Too

Just afore Lent, a crone popped her foul head through my cottage door. “I smell hunger,” she...

Flash in the Pan

An Old Life

We were traveling to see an art installation in the country. The artist, now dead, had planted a...

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