Issue #21: PhotoFlash 1—Eleven Visions

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11 images.

11 authors.

11 stories.

I posted several images and asked for authors to pick an image on a first come/first  serve/calling shotgun basis and then send me their story plots. I received a fantastic response and cut the total off at thirteen. Out of those thirteen, eleven authors then crafted their flash fiction stories around the images they chose.

These are the tales they’ve told me, and now I’m passing them down to you.


Issue #21:  PhotoFlash—Eleven Visions


Mr. Somewhere, by C.M. Crockford

She Who Controls the Wind, by Kenneth C. Goldman

The Catch, by Ray Daley

A Little Bit of Mercy, by David M. Hoenig

The Shadow Puppets, by Leah Mueller

The Hand of God, by Abdul-Qaadir Bakari-Muhammad

Cupid’s Journal, by Leonard White

Stone Cold Beauty, by Diane Arrelle

The Top of the Stairs, by Joe DiCicco

The Noose, by Lynn Mullican

Almost Home, by Brandy Stark

All images courtesy of Pixabay, with the exception of the image used for The Top of the Stairs, which is a rendered photo originally taken by the editor (yours truly) of a dilapidated apartment building in the neighborhood. That building met its tragic (but necessary end) about a year ago. In real life, it was piss yellow and ugly and probably haunted. It was cool to fantasize about it being filled with evil spirits and I’m glad it was the very first image an author picked to write about. 


Posted on September 3, 2017, in Issue 21: PhotoFlash 1--11 Visions and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Jillian Underwood

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