Wednesday, July 10, 2013


All the stories below are classic short-shorts. Flash fiction type writing is nothing new but it is something that's living quite strong now. But we can always learn more from those classics that came before.    

Guy de Maupassant "The Kiss" 1354 words 

Guy de Maupassant "Indiscretion" 1429 words 

Guy de Maupassant "A Dead Woman's Secret" (1411 words)

Guy de Maupassant "Coco" (1472 words)

Fielding Dawson "Vertical Fields" (762 words)
Gabriel Garcia Marquez "One Of These Days" (994 words) 

Liam O'Flaherty "The Sniper" (1619 words)

H. H. Munro (Saki) "Mrs. Packletide's Tiger" (1377 words)

H.H. Munro (Saki) "The Open Window" (1274 words)

Mark Twain "A Telephonic Conversation" (810 words)

William Carlos Williams "The Use of Force" (1564 words)

Virginia Woolf "A Haunted House" (710 words)

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At 5:40 AM, Anonymous Photography Guy said...

Fantastic, these will be great reading for my mid afternoon cuppa! Thanks for sharing!


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