I have a new story up in the very cool and very noir flash fiction journal Powder Burn Flash. Here’s an excerpt. Good Fences By R.Narvaez Joe walked out his front door, down the stoop, and over to Frank’s door. He rang the bell twice. “I want to talk to
That night Malo came to our room, where Fever and I had bunk beds. He stayed in the doorway and I could not see his face because it was in the dark. He told us with his accent to pray, top pray for Barbie. He said, “Pray for God to
I was watching TV, on the floor, in the dark. I didn’t notice right away, but there was something nearby, something next to me. I waited for a commercial, and then I turned — and there was Barbie. She was curled up behind me, still and quiet as a sleeping
Our dog Barbie used to wake me up every morning by attack me, licking my face all over. I would laugh then put Barbie in a headlock, and she would get me back by licking my ears till they were really, really wet, which made me laugh even more. And
Now and then, for no good reason, life will haul off and knock a man flat. I wrote a zombie short story for no good reason last year, and it just got published by Tales of World War Z. Check it out, and please leave a comment on their site!