Digital media wizard Jason Nelson returns to his old Flash Fictions stomping grounds with tales of gas-guzzling dingoes, baggies full of holy water, and disappearing boxes.
Raising rabbits is not easy. No, no it’s really not. If you get scared, e-mail me and I’ll calm you down. Things being what things being.
We’ll be catching up with this man’s talent for decades. Jason Nelson sends along six evocative postcards from Australia.
A strange train ride that threatens to never end. Jason Nelson records stray observations and relishes the quick brush of a pretty girl’s arm.
Jason Nelson crackles down the prose railway, a place where the tracks are not bound by the rules of mass, momentum and inertia.
Flash Fictions :: Lampyridae :: Saturday, June 19th, 2004
Flash Fictions :: Cells of Dead Objects :: Tuesday, June 1st, 2004
Flash Fictions :: Candied Titties :: Tuesday, April 20th, 2004
Flash Fictions :: Quality Furniture :: Sunday, February 1st, 2004
Flash Fictions :: Shopping for Body Modifications :: Saturday, December 13th, 2003
Flash Fictions :: Hamburger Magic :: Sunday, October 27th, 2002
Flash Fictions :: Let the cat out of the bag :: Thursday, September 19th, 2002
Flash Fictions :: The Needs of Humanity :: Thursday, August 15th, 2002
Flash Fictions :: Palatial :: Saturday, July 20th, 2002
Flash Fictions :: This are odd creatures :: Wednesday, May 22nd, 2002
Flash Fictions :: The Puzzlements (Five Times Three Points Ending in &): :: Thursday, April 11th, 2002
Flash Fictions :: And Be Was! :: Thursday, March 21st, 2002
Flash Fictions :: Distance Theory :: Monday, December 24th, 2001
Flash Fictions :: Where sperm goes. :: Monday, December 24th, 2001
Flash Fictions :: Grammar :: Saturday, November 24th, 2001
Flash Fictions :: Bouncy, Bouncy :: Tuesday, October 23rd, 2001
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