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Patricia Flaherty Pagan

A Whiff of Clove Cigarettes

Published Nov 23, 2019 · 175 words (1 minute) · 1 like · 108 views

Literary Fiction friendship memories "flash fiction"

When an old friend dies, how do you hold the memories of the free spirit with whom you laughed and competed?

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Laura Anne Gilman

The River Always Wins

Published Jun 28, 2019 · 3,991 words (15 minutes) · 3 views

Fantasy friendship urban fantasy New York City club scene

I was never a club kid, but I had friends who were, and the stories they told made me both thankful it wasn't my scene, and sorry I'd missed out. And with the passing of so many legendary NYC music clubs, when I was asked to write something for THE UNDERWATER BALLROOM SOCIETY, I knew exactly where my story would be set...

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John Wiswell

On the Deathbed of Carl Rudolph

Published May 29, 2019 · 681 words (3 minutes) · 146 views

Humor Literary Fiction Mystery friendship death Mortality Hospitals

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S.B. Divya

Soft We Wake

Published Apr 4, 2019 · 2,751 words (11 minutes) · 1 like · 648 views

Science Fiction friendship posthuman cryogenics

Hikaru wakes up in a strange, unexpected future and has to choose whether to embrace or abandon it.

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Shannon Page

Penelope Unraveling

Published Mar 21, 2019 · 2,884 words (11 minutes) · 2 likes · 305 views

Literary Fiction Historical goddesses lies friendship marriage Women odysseus penelope

This story has never been published anywhere before now. When I was submitting stories regularly, I sent it everywhere; it gathered many, many near-miss rejections--"We love it but..." "Just not quite right..." Then I got deep into writing novels and set aside all short stories for years (I still don't write much short fiction these days). But there's a truth in this little piece that won't quite let go of me. I hope you enjoy it.

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Laura Blackwell

The One Thing I Can Never Tell Julie

Published Oct 24, 2018 · 3,972 words (15 minutes) · 3 likes · 25 views

Fantasy Horror Strange friendship Monsters hidden in plain sight yarn

Nicole and Julie have been friends for years, and they seem inseparable...but when a strange presence invades their knitting group, everything starts to change.

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Garrett Croker

Elizabeth Frank's Decaying Orbit

Published Mar 27, 2018 · 5,944 words (22 minutes) · 2 likes · 534 views

Fantasy friendship Monsters With Feels supernatural young adult short story

All Elizabeth Frank wants is to know what she is. She would have a lot more time to find out if the people in her town weren't always taking up torches and pitchforks against her, and also if she didn't have to worry about finishing her science homework.

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M. E. Garber

Putting Down Roots

Published Sep 28, 2017 · 1,002 words (4 minutes) · 1 like · 446 views

Literary Fiction Science Fiction friendship epistolary Stages of grief

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Wendy Nikel

The Memory Ward

Published Sep 19, 2017 · 949 words (4 minutes) · 508 views

Science Fiction secrets Strange friendship revenge sci-fi near future memory

In the near-future, an elderly woman with a past extracts her most precious memories so as not to lose them.

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Tanya Breshears

Cyclical

Published Jun 29, 2017 · 1,450 words (6 minutes) · 9 likes · 772 views

Science Fiction Love What is time anyway? speculative aliens melancholy friendship Poignant

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The South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) is a unique building in Adelaide’s new health research district in the city. Not only is the building beautiful from the outside, with its unique tiled windows adorned with individual shades, but its interior is even more impressive.

In the rear atrium there is this beautiful helical staircase which leads researchers and scientists up and down the levels of open office spaces.

This photo is shot looking directly up, inside the centre void of the helix.