Yippee Dee…Yippee Dee… by Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores // Flash Fiction

A young woman's bare feet covered in splashes of multicolored paint

Reading Time: < 1 minute WELCOME TO TUESDAY FLASH FICTION at GOBBLERS/MASTICADORES! A man finds himself in a strange situation. He’s expected to indulge in play and games all day long. But it’s difficult to act like a child especially when he doesn’t… Read More

The Road Trip by Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores (Flash Fiction)

A black and white image of a car on the road and two people celebrating by stretching out the window and sunroof

Reading Time: < 1 minute WELCOME to TUESDAY FLASH FICTION at GOBBLERS/MASTICADORES! A couple decide to take a road trip. They have everything planned. It’s a journey that would end in love and commitment. But the two have no idea what they’re getting… Read More

Mother-in-law by Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores

A statue with a skeleton face and long hair and wings

Reading Time: < 1 minute Welcome to TUESDAY FLASH FICTION at GOBBLERS/MASTICADORES! When women turn against their own gender in the name of superiority, the outcome is horrendous. Mother-in-law, a term that summons different emotions and ideas. Some may be warm and some… Read More

Husband, Wife & Culprit – Flash Fiction Story

broken pieces of a heart-shaped lollipop

Reading Time: 2 minutes Married at nine, Subbu knew little about her seventeen-year-old bridegroom. Her mother had told her that he lived two villages away and that his father was a landlord with enough resources to support an entire village. Subbu would… Read More

A Good-looking Boy Named Harry – Flash Fiction Story

A pencil topper that is a plastic boy's head

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hari was born to parents named Joseph and Mary. He was only six when he started calling himself Harry. It seemed right to match the western ring in his parents’ names. Though that was all he wished to… Read More

My Lack Of Understanding – Flash Fiction Story

A black and white close up of a woman's eye with a tear rolling out

Reading Time: 2 minutes My mother sits by the window. She’s been stationed there for almost three months now. It seems as if she’s waiting for an unknown visitor. Her eyes, glazed, crawl upon the glass, their vision limited by her sorrow…. Read More

Love isn’t Indifferent, We Are


Reading Time: 4 minutes LOVE is a word you can either love or hate. It’s really not a word that most people harbor neutral feelings for. This word exerts such great power that it can create vivid images in the minds and… Read More