Microfiction by Allen Shoff
Lesson one: a castle is only as strong as its gates.
I have the worst job in the worlds.
It is not good that I am alone; I shall find another I, for there must be another.
On the 299th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, Edward Gibson found himself troubled by a remarkable case of déjà vu.
It was not the first time the boy heard an Orphean dirge.