Literally Reruns – Papi by Christopher Dehon — literally stories

A black and white image of an old TV with no screen and behind which is a flowing river

Reading Time: < 1 minute If you are in the mood for a wonderful short story and writing that makes your jaw drop to the floor, then LITERALLY STORIES is the right choice for you. They are all about creative short stories. I’ve… Read More

Oooooh Writer – You Think You’re So Cool!

Wall art depicting an annoyed man with one eye holding an ice cream with his eyeball on top as a garnish

Reading Time: 2 minutes Oooooh writer, you think you’re so cool. Oooooh writer, the ever-suffering fool. I see that page, that pen, that look in your eye. It’s not cannabis that gives you that overwhelming high. Your mind is a wonderland, though… Read More

Hands Up! By Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores

The yellowed open pages of an old book

Reading Time: < 1 minute Good day to you all! Hope everyone’s getting along fine. I present to you another flash fiction story published by Gobblers/Masticadores. This is the story of a poor simpleton and his brother Manu. People and relationships often show… Read More

Ranga and His White Girlfriend – Flash Fiction Story

The intertwined hands of an interracial couple wearing casual clothes

Reading Time: 3 minutes When Ranga was with Sally, he felt like a better person. Not because Sally brought out the goodness in him. But because he was the brown boy who had bagged first prize – a white girlfriend. That’s what… Read More

THE HOUSE IS ON FIRE! – Flash Fiction Story

A burning house engulfed by flames of fire

Reading Time: 2 minutes Every night, Juju would wake up and scream, ‘THE HOUSE IS ON FIRE!’ The first time it happened, his wife, Maya, ran screaming through the house, searching for the fire, fearing for her life and the lives of… Read More

I Will Run Away – Flash Fiction Story

A metal statue of a naked man looking back while running away

Reading Time: 2 minutes I will run away. The idea is cemented in my mind. No, there’s nothing you can do to make me stay. If you really cared, this act of reconciliation wouldn’t have been so delayed. You speak of faults… Read More

Cowards Don’t Die by Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores

The yellowed open pages of an old book

Reading Time: < 1 minute Hello everyone! Hope the weekend was good and the week ahead is even better. Sharing another flash fiction piece with you. Published by Gobblers/Masticadores. A big thanks to Mr. Juan Re Crivello for this opportunity.

Those Evil Mirrors – Flash Fiction Story

A woman holding a large piece of an unevenly cut mirror in front of her face and chest

Reading Time: 3 minutes I hate mirrors. They show more than they need to. Every time I pass one, my eyes dart around like scared rabbits. Who wants to see the ugly truth? I don’t. But there’s a mirror everywhere you look…. Read More

Perfect Day To Die By Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores

The yellowed open pages of an old book

Reading Time: < 1 minute It’s a pleasure to share another Flash Fiction Story published by Gobblers/Masticadores. The story is about a poverty-stricken man named Mithoo and his companion who is a witness to Mithoo’s daily evening drama. This story is a mix… Read More

The Man of the House – Flash Fiction Story

A black and white close up of a boy's crying face

Reading Time: 3 minutes Ali carried the tray to his grandmother’s room. The boy was only seven years old, but he shouldered the responsibility of his mother’s mother like a grown man. But were grown men afraid of their own shadows? The… Read More

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