Flash fiction on Torsade. My very short pieces are mostly given historical settings. I’ve chosen a slide format to make the reading experience resemble a magazine’s, an old-fashioned digest (apropos), as well as for easy pinning.
“May Day”—light comedy with a serious undertone; a cold war tale set in 1951.
Continued from “All the Sires . . . “
“All the Sires of Generations”—1950, in search of the Ivory-billed woodpecker, a man finds himself on the wrong foot. Why’s it called that?
Continued from “Pine . . . “
1938. Bridie Ford gets a visit from the FSA man, just when her husband, Salvador, has fallen into one of his rages.