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The Lady of Flies My wife is the ruler of hell, but she thinks that I don't know. It's her little secret and I play along. My lovely Maria, for whom I will gladly die. We are waiting for those inside me to mature. Those dark things that she plants inside me as I sleep. … Continue reading Terror Tonight
Flash Fiction Friday is a series currently curated by Alanah Andrews. If you'd like to submit flash fiction for publication, please contact Introvert Press. ____________________________ Android and Eve ‘You know, I’m gettin’ real sick of these hunks of junk takin’ all our jobs.’ Steven glanced over his shoulder at the woman behind the bar, then … Continue reading Android and Eve
Banda music, the Latin-flavored polka music, played from the center of town. Lupé was thinking about Maria. Maria lived down the path from Lupé. She walked by the lower part of his yard every morning about 7:00 AM. She worked at the small tortilla shop on the main block in town. Tortillas were one thing … Continue reading A Life in Mexico: Being Dead
Taking Out the Trash They found him in an alley, covered in filth and reeking of old beer and piss. Waking him with a kick, the three boys laughed when he tried to crawl away. Their designer clothes and fashion magazine haircuts showed they drove in for a wild night. The smallest one giggled and … Continue reading Terror Tonight
Alanah Andrews is an English teacher in Australia, who dreams of one day traveling the world in a bus. If you like her writing, check out her website: www.alanahandrews.com _______________________________________ The light is piercing, even through his tightly clenched eyelids. Odd. Slowly opening his eyes against the glare, he notices the metal bed he is lying … Continue reading Dot of Blood
Mom was in the doorway. It was Sunday. It was her big outing. Auntie Pia was coming to collect her to go to Sunday services. The church was only three blocks away, but the stones and the uphill path was too much for her old feet and bones. Pia was younger by twenty years and … Continue reading A Life in Mexico: Signs