Short Stories & Flash

Recent

No Longer Online or Published in Hardcopy

  • Steam and Starfish in Beecher’s, July 2015
  • The Ghost Bike in Pear Noir, April 2014 
  • Mountain Dog and The Hurt Museum (2 flash stories) in The Broken Plate, Spring 2016  
  • Pogo Chicken in Ellipsis, April 2014 
  • Umbilical in Cape Fear, June 2014
  • Landfall in The Los Angeles Review, Spring, 2013
  • In The Creases of Dead Maps in Metazen, November 2013 
  • Scientific Inquiry at the Open Mic in Wonder and Risk, October 2013
  • Krill in Clapboard House, December 2013
  • Typewriter for a Superior Alphabet in Used Furniture Review, Feb 2013.  
  • Bubble Wrap in Thickjam
  • Moaning Lisa and the Wall of Gum / Brink March 2012
  • Suicide of the Machines / Corvus, August, 2012
  • George Clooney Performs an Emergency Tracheotomy on Olvera Street, Waterhouse Review, 2011
  • Confluence / Staccato Fiction, 2011
  • Saving for a Better Miracle, the Delinquent, 2011
  • Parallax and the Gandy Dancer / Danse Macabre, 2011
  • The Art of Cussed Persistence, an essay in Flash Fiction Chronicles (July 2011)
  • My Combustible Heart / Foliate Oak, December 2010
  • The House of Phantom Limbs / Writers’ Bloc 
  • DNA FAQ / in “Typewriter for a Superior Alphabet"
  • Brain in a Box / The Legendary
  • Reality Check / The Rose and Thorn, 2006, nominated for a Pushcart
  • Leaving Hieronymous / The Green Mountains Review, 2005
  • Like Juggling Water / Cicada, 2005
  • The Egg Reflex / Snake Nation Review, 2005
  • Crow Steals Cable TV / Palo Alto Review, 2007
  • Goody Goody / Bryant Literary Review, 2006
  • Failing at Breakfast/Kimera
  • Bounce in Pindeldyboz
  • Watchtower in descant
  • Boy Scouts, Artisan
  • The Man Who Ate Cars, Carve, 2001. First published short story.
  • Winner, Epigrams for the Internet Age Contest, Salon Magazine “A fool and his money are soon automated.” 1999, the first thing I ever published. Later quoted in a scientific paper in New Zealand and discovered there by my son Henry via the WayBack machine. 


© Robert P Kaye 2018