Fear not: there are no pictures of me in daisy dukes below. It’s just that I’ve had a couple posts that listed some fun and weird and awesome very short stories and essays, and people seemed to enjoy them. So I’m gonna try to make something like this a weekly thing, for as long as I don’t run out of things to link to.
Without further ado, here’s some more very short fiction. And for some reason all but one have animals involved.
“Kennedy lifted himself out of the pool at its edge; the sea lion took the pool’s steps.” At Quick Fiction, “Bobby Kennedy and His Sea Lion Sandy” by Anthony Luebbert.
“A few miles down, a dead tiger washed up on the sand.” At Pank, “Tiger Town” by Jen Gann.
“I screamed “Do you contain bufotoxins?? If you do I could totally lick
your face and trip out big time!!”” — At NANO Fiction, “Celebrity Poison Yellow Frog” by Brandon Scott Gorrell.
“Ethan stared at the Wall Street Bull’s testicles.” — At The Citron Review, “Monday, October 16th” by Geoff Peck.
“Doedie joined us, wearing her blacks and drive-chain wallet-way too hot, but she wore her reverence for Johnny Cash like stigmata.” At Thieves Jargon, “Queerer than Me” by Rosanne Griffeth.