Monthly Archives: April 2016

Flash Fiction: Perpetual Adoration

When I was little my mom used to take me with her to Perpetual Adoration. It’s this Catholic thing where you sit in a chapel for an hour, staring at a piece of bread in a glass case. Okay, so … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: Time and Money

A young woman in a trendy raincoat is rushing down the street, swerving to avoid puddles. “Excuse me, do you have the time?” she asks of a suited, briefcase-toting man with whom she crosses paths. “Spare some change?” “I beg … Continue reading

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