Monthly Archives: January 2018

Looking at artwork: Monday Flash Fiction by Jeff Baker, January 29, 2018.

                                                               Arrangement In Black and Gray         … Continue reading

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Friday Flash Fics, January 26, 2018, by Jeff Baker. A tale with an oceanfront view…

                                                                         Let’s Get Away From … Continue reading

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For Monday Flash Fics: An Encounter With Frivolity, by Jeff Baker. January 21, 2018.

                                               With Bells and Motley                           … Continue reading

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A Song for a Shutdown

With the current government shutdown, I’ve been thinking about the one about 1991 during the first Bush administration. Congress looked silly and petty and the president came off smelling like a rose. And I did this song at a comedy … Continue reading

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A Ride in the Sky for Friday Flash Fics, by Jeff Baker, January 19, 2018

                                           The Skycruiser                                                 By Jeff Baker                                                 “Woah! Hey! Lookout!!” Kyle-Four jumped in his seat and alternated between … Continue reading

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A Librarian Story for Friday Flash Fics., by Jeff Baker. January 12, 2018

The Library of Babel                                                                         … Continue reading

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More Flash Fiction by Jeff Baker for ‘Nathan Burgoine’s first monthly Flash Fiction Draw Challenge; January 8, 2018.

‘Nathan Burgoine has started a Flash Fiction Challenge of his own, modeled after the NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Challenge. The idea is; ‘Nathan draws three random cards which correspond to an object, a genre and a setting. Writers put those … Continue reading

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