Tag Archives: Flash Fiction

  1. Notes on the Fiction Selections

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    September 25, 2018 by The Citron Review

      I really enjoy fall.  I love the colors and the way they change to whole landscape.  I love going …
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  2. Mosaic

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    September 25, 2018 by The Citron Review

    by Fred D. White   Roland’s world-wide assortment finally arrived, and he wasted no time unsealing the large plastic bag …
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  3. Buckets

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    September 25, 2018 by The Citron Review

    by Patricia Q. Bidar   Randy and Taiko are standing at the chimp habitat. Taiko doesn’t recall the sight of …
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  4. Tamed

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    September 25, 2018 by The Citron Review

    by Jeff Fleischer Life had once again become monotonous. He still hunted chickens that all seemed alike, and avoided the …
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  5. H

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    September 25, 2018 by The Citron Review

    by Lee Anderson Ophelia’s first time was with her boyfriend’s rock band and a group of girls the other members …
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  6. Constance, failing

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    July 17, 2018 by The Citron Review

    by Shauna Mackay   He comes seldom, sometimes often, there is no pattern to the turn of his key. The …
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  7. Covenants

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    July 17, 2018 by The Citron Review

    by Tommy Dean No one knew how the back windshield got cracked, but she loved the way the dying sunlight …
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  8. Stephen

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    July 17, 2018 by The Citron Review

     by Katherine Hubbard The last time I saw him, it was 1989. We sat in a café on Ninth Avenue …
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  9. Notes on the Fiction Selections

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    May 2, 2018 by The Citron Review

      I have recently spent a lot of time thinking about the kind of literature I am drawn to and …
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  10. Deep Waters

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    May 2, 2018 by The Citron Review

    by Victoria Miller   She is twenty-nine and works in an office, but that’s not important. She enjoys watching classic …
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