Category Archives: LGBT

“Underneath the Moon” on Friday Flash Fics for March 5th, 2021 by Jeff Baker.

            Underneath the Moon                                        By Jeff Baker             Greg Toliver stepped off his front porch into the light from the rising full Moon.             “Here, boy! Bryan! Come on, boy!” he said whistling. “Dammit!”             They’d loved the … Continue reading

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“Long Time No See.” Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker, February 26, 2021.

                   Long Time No See                                      By Jeff Baker                      I looked around the decorated gym; streamers and banners proclaiming “Welcome Class of 84!” And “Thirty Years Since College.” Dancing couples, loud music from a band and three girls I … Continue reading

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No Pain, No Gain with Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker for February 12, 2021.

                                        No Pain, No Gain                                                   By Jeff Baker             It was never a good thing when someone called your name in this place.             Jim had been sitting on the weight bench after his morning workout, rubbing his … Continue reading

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Your Table is Waiting for Friday Flash Fics: “Faeries at the Bottom of My Garden” by Jeff Baker, January 29, 2021.

                            There Are Faeries at the Bottom of My Garden                                                                                                                                                                                                                 By Jeff Baker             The lunch rush at Food Garden Court (“Eat Inside Where It Looks Like You’re Outside”) had thinned out and Mr. Spurgeon called Skid and … Continue reading

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Strolling Along With Friday Flash Fics: “Afternoon Stroll” by Jeff Baker for January 22, 2020.

               Afternoon Stroll                                              By Jeff Baker                                                   The two teen-agers, a boy and a girl smiled at each other as they walked down the street. Old enough to hold hands but young enough to be shy about … Continue reading

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“Mystery at Castle Dracula,” Part Two by Jeff Baker for Friday Flash Fics, January 15, 2021.

“Mystery at Castle Dracula,” Part Two by Jeff Baker Author’s Note: Armed with an heirloom Star of David which protects him against vampires (blessed from a lost book of the Kabballah) vampire-hunter Sean Rodriguez and his partner Jessie Skedderis have … Continue reading

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I Owe a Lot to Iowa Pot; Flash Fiction Draw Challenge Story for January 2021 by Jeff Baker (January 11, 2020)

Author’s Note: The draws for the January 2021 Flash Fiction Draw Challenge (Drawn by this year’s moderator, Jeffrey Ricker—read his books!) were a Fairy Tale, set in a big-city studio apartment, including a potted plant. I had family near Des … Continue reading

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Luminarias shine for Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker. December 18, 2020.

Luminarias                                                  By Jeff Baker             “How much further?” I asked.             “Not much. This way, just watch your step,” Eric said.             I was watching. There were rocks all over these foothills and it was getting dark fast. I … Continue reading

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“When In Rome,” do the December 2020 Flash Fiction Draw Challenge, by Jeff Baker. (Dec. 11, 2020)

AUTHOR’S NOTE: The draws for December’s Flash Fiction Draw Challenge (by Cait Gordon, thank you very much!) were a dystopian story (yeah, like that could happen!) set on the Eiffel Tower involving a cane. I’ve been reading a lot of … Continue reading

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‘Nathan Burgoine’s “Exit Plans for Teenage Freaks,” review by Jeff Baker.

            ‘Nathan Burgoine’s first Y. A. novel “Exit Plans for Teenage Freaks” is another damn good read from this author who is just getting better. It throws a bit of an X-Men curve into a kid’s last days in High … Continue reading

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