Stories tagged meta-fiction

Ghost Town

11 view00 comments00 favs

<head> <style type="text/css"> <!-- body { font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 11px; margin: 0px; padding: 0px; } h2,h3 { margin-top: 0px; padding-top: 0px; } div#columns { position:…


2525 views00 comments00 favs

Down on the rocks a thousand turtles sunned themselves. Between catching breaths Clay said he thought it would be a good idea to drop stones and break their shells.

A Salty, Slutty Bird (for the Paddy Group Challenge)

234234 views4242 comments2020 favs

"Besides," he said, "Any woman who can tolerate a salty, slutty bird is a keeper."

On Writing "How An Autobot Sunk The Titanic" (April Fool's Challenge)

115115 views88 comments44 favs

I started with the idea of a time travelling Autobot but not as a time traveling vehicle, like a Delorian or the Jet Car from The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai.

Adam Gallari Dreams Of Pitching No Hitters

5151 views00 comments00 favs

Baseball is a fag's game. Real men play street soccer and I'm gonna make sure my son grows up to be a real man.

Am I Blanche DuBois

567567 views1919 comments1212 favs

I’m older now, men don’t fall at my feet except when they’re drunk. I don’t keep as many mirrors in the house. I know this, Stanley, I’m not stupid. I may be fatuous, but it's required by the canon.

The Scholiasts

925925 views66 comments22 favs

It was already 3:30 PM. Where had all the time gone? Linda looked up from her computer monitor over at Carlos, who had his face intently pointed at his. "We have to go soon," she said. "We want to avoid rush hour traffic.""Where did we put the address?" Carlos answered, not…


5050 views1717 comments66 favs

Call me Obadiah.


10231023 views99 comments55 favs

“What do you call this place?” I didn't really want to talk much in there. For some reason, talking felt too—linear. The words seemed to have a kind of reverberation into associations that seemed somewhat meaningless at the time.”

20th Century Anna (1A)

6969 views33 comments00 favs

Her boyfriend drove her to Union Station in Chicago at daybreak on January 7th. And unbeknownst to her, an large white moth trailed behind the car in the frigid morning air.