Category: Writing

Tom Flanders, writer of fiction

Storm

Sheets of rain Pillows of clouds Alarming thunder The monkey demon wakes He hurtles to the ground enters through your…

Mr. Patrick’s Depression

Mr. Patrick frowned. It was all too easy. What’s the use of doing this if there’s no challenge? They all…

Sexual repression as a defense mechanism

The creepy old guy sits at the strip club stage but turns down every offer of private attention Mostly he…

The Ball

The phoenix came to the party dressed as a peacock. The eyes on his borrowed feathers saw the truth of…

The Open Door

Walk past the open door Don’t even look inside that door is not for you Maybe the next door or…

book review

Review: I WAS A TEENY-BOPPER FOR THE CIA by Ted Mark

Before this book I did not know that comedy spy porn was a literary genre. Nor was I aware that…

250 Words – Saliva’s

Rapid fire guitars split the dark. Explosions and smoke got us to our feet. The stage lights rose and the…

I’m suffering from literary ADD.

Lately I only seem to function in single sentences, or at best, single paragraphs. The quick fix of flash fiction…

Review: A Drizzle of Zombies – Joshua Price

Captain Rescue’s latest adventure can best be described with one word used several time in the book itself, Audacity. To…

A Grave Journey

Charlie set out on the day of his eviction to visit the graves of his dead heroes. He made a…