Two Flash Fiction and One Poem
In the spirit of Hallowe’en, we’ve selected two pieces of flash fiction and one poem, all with a ghost theme. Because not many people have written true events of ghost stories, at least in flash form, we had to forego our creative nonfiction pick for the week and instead focussed on flash fiction. Although, if you’ve read some of our previous selections, this one by Madeline Anthes comes pretty close.
The first selection, written by Meghan Phillips is flash fiction piece about what a ghost does when no one is looking. It’s fantastic.
Our first male to make it to this series is a write named Joaquin Fernandez. This story centres around a ghost who watches a couple from inside their house. It’s creepy and mesmerizing at the same time.
For our poetry selection, we’ve selected a work by Arlene Tribbia. It has a little bit of nostalgia mixed in with eeriness.
Let us know in the comments which one is your favourite.
Two Flash & One Poem – Our Selection of Riveting Reads
- “Rules,” by Meghan Phillips
- “As the Smoke Took Her,” by Joaquin Fernandez
- “Ghost: A Poem,” by Arlene Tribbia
-Isabel & Marilyn