J.A. Taylor’s Microfiction
“Great things come in small packages,” they say. But I’ve noticed small things also come in small packages.
Kappa Alpha Phi
A micro-fiction story in response to the March 20th, 2020 prompt: key, path, creep
“How was your day?” you ask your sixteen-year-old son whose dirty-orange hair looks like cheese curls caught in a yarn…
“What are you looking for?” That’s when you realize you’ve been staring blankly into the open refrigerator, trying to…
“This coffee tastes like crap,” he said, pushing it away with a furrowed brow. “And who in God’s name puts coffee in a…
Jim tries to make all his stories taste like tacos or burritos, except for micro-fiction. Micro-fiction tastes more like chips and salsa.
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