Results tagged “Every Day Fiction”

Toasted Cake 216! In which we unwrap the Impermex.


Kurt Gasman hurried home to his wife, eyes on every moving shadow and flicker of light.


This story first appeared in Every Day Fiction.


S. Hutson Blount has had the usual odd employment history common to those engaging in the disreputable business of fiction. Though possessing no higher education, he pretends that his Navy technical training counts as college. He was spotted in Seattle in the summer of 2005 associating with more talented graduates of his Clarion West class. When he's not thinking up more ways to tell lies to people for money, he masquerades as a devoted husband.



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Toasted Cake 126! In which we drink the Dixie cups of steaming cider. 

The only thing I ever wanted was to ride on the float in the Apple Harvest parade. 

First appeared in Every Day Fiction. 

Alisa Alering was hatched in a secret hollow in the Appalachian Mountains, where she ran around barefoot and talked to the trees. She now lives, writes, and complains about the cold in Indiana. Her short fiction has appeared in Flash Fiction Online, Clockwork Phoenix IV, and Writers of the Future Vol. XXIX.

Toasted Cake 101! In which we are desperately sobbing, but it could mean a number of things. 

This time when Roo woke them up, some of the colonists began to cry.

This story first appeared right here in Every Day Fiction. 

 C.L. Holland is a British writer of speculative fiction, and past winner of Writers of the Future. She has a Bachelors Degree in English with Creative Writing and a Masters degree in English. She is taking steps to avoid collapsing the floor of her flat by replacing her books with Kindle editions, but it's just not the same. 




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