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Coffin Hop 2013: Day 8

One Photograph, Two Points of View: Comparative Flash Fiction Indiscretions by Nina D’Arcangela Sitting on the deck together after dinner, I can’t help thinking about his whereabouts each Saturday night. How could he do this to me? I begin idly slicing my empty soda can in two with my steak knife. He asks distractedly what […]

Coffin Hop 2013: Day 7

One Photograph, Two Points of View: Comparative Flash Fiction The Tango of the Hunt by Kalla Monahan Twilight. The best time of night to stalk. Silent; I await the buzzing sound of wings on the subtle currents of air. Hidden; awaiting my prey. Mayhap a mosquito with its iridescent wings, searching out a victim of […]

Coffin Hop 2013: Day 6

One Photograph, Two Points of View: Comparative Flash Fiction Hunger by Nina D’Arcangela Lying beneath the chill flow; the murk and muck of time settled upon me as a cloak, I await the approach of the unsuspecting. This season of sparse abundance my natural ally. There! One comes! I see it shimmer and slur as […]

Coffin Hop 2013: Day 5

One Photograph, Two Points of View: Comparative Flash Fiction The Escape by Kalla Monahan I felt the howl in my blood before I heard it with my ears. My eyes adjusted to the inky darkness, broken only by the silver threads of the moon shining through the canopy overhead. My heart beat wildly in my […]

Coffin Hop 2013: Day 4

One Photograph, Two Points of View: Comparative Flash Fiction The Slip by Nina D’Arcangela The texture of the brass dials a thing so fetching, feel them spin, with a tick and a click, tightening ever so slightly as the prize is nearing. Nimble fingers twist knobs , first left, then right, and back yet again. […]

Coffin Hop 2013: Day 3

One Photograph, Two Points of View: Comparative Flash Fiction Forgotten by Julianne Snow I can still remember the feel of the wind that day as it whipped me across the face. The sky had turned a glorious shade of crimson an unspoken indicator it was quitting time when, from somewhere deep in the belly of […]

Coffin Hop 2013: Day 2

One Photograph, Two Points of View: Comparative Flash Fiction Echoing… by Nina D’Arcangela Dark halls echo the sounds of the past. I put my hands to my ears, but cannot block them from intruding. Bloodied and covered in filth, I cower in the murky dankness of my corner. A ray of sunlight leaks in just within […]