Category Archive: Short Fiction

Day 144: Lou Wore His Rain Hat

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The dark gray afternoon light peeked through the blinds when Lou woke up. But that’s not to say that he was actually sleeping. He didn’t remember the news ending, but the TV was… Continue reading

Jay St-Metrotech [A CC Express Story]

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What follows is a preview of sorts to a project that I’m working on. It’s a collection of short stories [tentatively] titled “The CC Express”, with every story revolving around/including a subway stop… Continue reading

125th St [A CC Express Story]

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What follows is a preview of sorts to a project that I’m working on. It’s a collection of short stories [tentatively] titled “The CC Express”, with every story revolving around/including a subway stop… Continue reading

145th St [A CC Express Story]

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What follows is a preview of sorts to a project that I’m working on. It’s a collection of short stories [tentatively] titled “The CC Express”, with every story revolving around/including a subway stop… Continue reading

Vernie Equinox

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Oh…umm…hello, Springtime. That is your name, right, like I can call you that? Well, I mean, I was pretty sure that was your full name, like your birth name, not like I was… Continue reading

Over The Bridge

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Manhattan Bridge, 8:52 PM This is the place where nothing happens. There is a gap between the clusters of anonymous buildings and it stretches on for years. And then there’s me, standing in the middle… Continue reading