A set of very short fiction pieces that I originally wrote for Twitter.
A disoriented man walked into the railroad station in Havre. He studied the route map for a moment before approaching the counter.
“This is Montana?”
“I asked to be dropped off in Michigan.”
Solar radiation had taken a toll on Jimmy Hoffa. His skin peeled freely.
Continue reading ““Astronaut Forays” (VSS X)”
The representatives of mankind shared uncertain glances.
The Celestial Creator appeared on Earth after eons of absence and asked about the knowledge of man.
Continue reading ““What Happened to the Dinosaurs (on Venus and Mars)””
A couple of short stories about deadly spiders (some extraterrestrial and one the product of island gigantism) spinning doom.
When I was a child, I had an intense fear of spiders. My dread of those little eight-legged monsters has somewhat eased in my adulthood, but I continue to hesitate whenever I encounter an arachnid. Continue reading “Ensnared in a Childhood Fear: “Floating over a Spider” and “Montanha do Aranha””