Monthly Archives: July 2016

Flash Fiction (July 25, 2016) “My Object All Sublime”

Here’s the latest for Monday Flash Fics:                         My Object All Sublime                                            By Jeff Baker                   Jimmy stood in the office, his hands at his sides, trying not to be nervous. The man behind the … Continue reading

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Monday Flash Fics (July 18, 2016)”The Creature of Wine Cooler Cove”

The Creature of Wine Cooler Cove By Jeff Baker   I was having a beer in Demeter’s Bar when Marty started telling me about the sea serpent. He was sitting on the barstool next to me, and I thought for … Continue reading

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As Time Goes By (Monday Flash Fiction, July 11, 2016)

As Time Goes By By Jeff Baker   “C’mere, soldier boy,” the man in the blue t-shirt said pulling him closer on the bench. “Been waiting for this all day,” said the man in the fatigues. They kissed and kissed … Continue reading

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A Hierarchy of Widows (Monday Flash Fiction,7/4/16)

A Hierarchy of Widows By Jeff Baker   Cynthia passed the closed, quiet apartment door on her way upstairs. She’d taken the woman in B3 soup a couple of times, but she wouldn’t leave her room. 25 was an awfully … Continue reading

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