Category Archives: Flash Fiction

God’s Waiting Room

                                                              Copyright 2017 Charles McKelvy   Lucky Chucky A play in one-act by Charles McKelvy   The Players: Doorkeeper Impatient Patient   The Place: The Waiting Room   The Play is the thing and here is the thing at … Continue reading

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First Fiction

                                                                 Copyright 2017 Charles McKelvy   THE LEGEND OF THE THREE-LEGGED DOE A Short Story By Charles McKelvy “Do you know the legend of the three-legged doe?” “No. Do you?” “Glad you asked. Got a minute?” “Sure.” “Good. So, on … Continue reading

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Of Special Note:

RHONDA, THE REJECTED REED   A STORY FOR MUSICIANS OF ALL AGES   by Charles McKelvy The principal clarinetist arrived at orchestra hall long before the concert, and, as was his custom, he immediately began fussing with his reeds. Those … Continue reading

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Recent Writing

Fly Fishing Flash Fiction by Charles McKelvy “How are you going to get even with him? After what he did to you?” “Oh, I have a way,” she said, reaching for her sewing box. “Do I ever have a way.” … Continue reading

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THIS JUST IN!!!

Cheaped Out Flash Fiction by Charles McKelvy The self-involved editor/reporter/photographer of the small town newspaper zoomed in late for the dedication of the small town’s new/old library. The dignitaries had already cut the ribbon and were mugging for social media … Continue reading

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Hot off the press

The Letter Carrier Flash Fiction by Charles McKelvy “You can’t just sit around the house all day doing nothing. You’ve got to get active. Be productive. Be—“ “But I’m retired. I’m officially old and worthless. I’m past prime. Out to … Continue reading

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This Just In:

Cold Closet Flash Fiction By Charles McKelvy He made so much money working night and day as a chemical engineer for a huge multi-national chemical concern in a far-away country that he had modern furnishings and appliances shipped back to … Continue reading

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