Category Archives: Short Stories

Regrets

 From the vault… The fire gathered them in from the night, shadows that mulled among the trees before detaching to drift toward the flames.  They orbited at careful distances, where the gravitational pull of the heat and light balanced that … Continue reading

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Sources of Luminosity in the Deep Sea

[From the vault] Aspen was forever summer in Gordon’s mind, with pale blue sky overhead and Kyra on his arm.  But today, two years later, the summer sky was hidden behind a multi-hued blue and gray blanket of low-hung clouds.  … Continue reading

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Small Spaces

[From the vault, back when I thought I could.] Annie woke to the sweet, earthy smell of dog shit.  She sat up slowly, her back stiff from sleeping on the floor, her t-shirt sticky with sweat.  Buck didn’t stir.  He’d … Continue reading

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