Category Archives: Short Short Fiction

Short, Short Fiction: Melancholy of November

By Dave Hood On a cloudy, cold November afternoon, in which the setting imbues the soul with melancholy, golden maple and birch leaves descend, like heavy rain, scatter across the lawns and streets of a quiet upper-middle class neighborhood, like … Continue reading

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Short, Short Fiction: Spring Flowers

By Dave Hood Every day, the elderly woman would read the obituaries in the Toronto Star newspaper to see if any old friends or acquaintances had died. After reading, she would think to herself: It’s a good day, as my … Continue reading

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