Job Hunting

The last murder had not gone well. Not well at all, given that the target had cheerfully walked away from the restaurant without so much as a backwards glance. He wondered if he was getting too old for this. His lukewarm coffee sat on the plastic table cloth in front of him, bubbling softly as…

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HTTP Error

They gave me a million eyes. Well, not a million, more like a terra-billion, a bajillionzillion. All x to the power z equals I want it I see it. Excuse me if I’m not too precise, there’s buzzes coming in and network trails running through. Dope data distraction. Take the details of my promotion. You could read it if…

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Digital Eyes

I watch them walking in the street [pan right], arms around each other – his hand slipped into the waistband of her jeans. Subtle squeeze. In closer, alcohol glazes their eyes, shared spittle glistens their lips from previous happy engagement. I flex my hands through the city infrastructure, knuckles cracking through intersects and power-stops, ease…

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FlashDogs Anthologies

Flash fiction from an internationalpack of writers Three collections of flash fiction from writers all over the globe, with proceeds going to charity. With stories ranging from horror to comedy, there’s something for everyone in the FlashDogs anthologies. Join the community on Twitter, for all things flash- vss- short- story related.

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