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Bridge Day

Bridge Day

Mike Bozart | Flash Fiction
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A late-twenty-something, still-getting-to-know-each-other, content Asian American couple goes to the Bridge Day festival in Fayetteville, West Virginia in October of 2006. All seems to be going well on the autumn-splendor drive up I-77 from Charlotte. But then a veteran BASE jumper has a severe...

A Waltz Yes, a Heart No

A Waltz Yes, a Heart No

Barry Rachin | Flash Fiction
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Following his divorce, Dr. Stanley Gilford, chief of cardiology at Our Lady of Fatima Hospital, restructured his life on the guiding principle of maximum gain, minimum pain. So what is the well-heeled doctor doing with Ruby, a high school dropout and waitress at the local greasy spoon, and what...

A Blue Whale of a Tale

A Blue Whale of a Tale

Mike Bozart | Flash Fiction
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A senior salesman tries to make one last sale at a soon-to-open bar in Bluefield, West Virginia. Before demonstrating his rapid-refrigeration device, he has a meandering, sexually allusive, past-recalling chat with the female bartender-to-be. When another male arrives, a tragic mistake occurs...

Man

Man

K. E. Ward | Flash Fiction
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Man is a short story about a psychotic serial killer, and his victim, May. He abducts May one afternoon and puts her in his car. Little does May know that she would soon experience Stockholm Syndrome, a heartbreaking condition which leads victims to fall in love with their captors. But in the end...

Poodle Park

Poodle Park

Mike Bozart | Flash Fiction
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A quite hilarious at times (and ridiculously insincere throughout), paragon of first-word issues, lunchtime conversation in a high-end Charlotte restaurant is overheard and transcribed. The subjects' most likely thoughts are generously sprinkled into the verbal salad. If this little slice-of-life...

Facebook Types, A to Z

Facebook Types, A to Z

Mike Bozart | Flash Fiction
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Are there really just 26 types of Facebook users? Is that the exact number of categorizable personalities on the currently-very-popular social-media site? Maybe. But, probably not. Though, one for each letter of the alphabet sure is convenient. The author even skewers himself in several of these...

The Pebble, the Sword, the Bullet

The Pebble, the Sword, the Bullet

Mike Bozart | Flash Fiction
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Two Caucasian dudes of different ages and backgrounds become pals at an art gallery in Charlotte (NC, USA) around 1995. They enjoy the high-grade smoke. But then, there is a falling out of sorts, and a most violent end to their friendship. This story is based on a real-life series of events...

The Cell Tower

The Cell Tower

Mike Bozart | Flash Fiction
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A Central American cell-phone technician has a startling change of plan half-way up a tower in Charlotte (NC, USA). Vaguely based on a real-life incident.

Two Pairs of Shorts

Two Pairs of Shorts

Bill Russo | Flash Fiction
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Starting out with just two short stories, my book was to be called, "A Pair of Shorts", but when the collection grew to four, I had to change the name. By the time the full book is published the title might be "24 Pairs of Shorts" Be warned. There is no sex, swearing, drinking, hard liquor or...

LFCinCLTx3

LFCinCLTx3

Mike Bozart | Flash Fiction
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A collection of three short stories in which a Liverpool Football Club (LFC) match is being watched on a TV in a sports bar in Charlotte (CLT). Largely autobiographical. Interesting characters appear out of nowhere. The dialogue is very close to verbatim. Even LFC haters may get a 'kick' out of...