SHORT STORIES

“JE ME SOUVIENS”  f24cover

coverart-front TFFXMy short story “Je me souviens” is about activism, superheroes, friendship, courage, and hope.  It was first published in the September 2012 edition of The Future Fire.  It was also included in TFFX, The Future Fire’s Tenth Anniversary Anthology which came out at the end of 2015. You can find out how to purchase the anthology here.

I am also proud to announce that the story has been reprinted by Glittership as a podcast! Check out Episode 23.

Below is how the story first appeared, with the beautiful illustrations by Soussherpa:

Illustrations © 2012 Soussherpa

Gabriel et Rapha © 2012 Soussherpa

There are nine police cars. I count them again just to be sure and because counting usually calms me.

Arielle watches to see if I’m freaking out. I smile but she’s not reassured. She reaches up to place her hand on my shoulder, asks if I want to leave. I tell her I’m OK. She’s still concerned so I try a sexy smile this time. If she would kiss me now, I’d have somewhere pleasant to channel my beating heart. She leans towards me and I see that she’s used her superpowers to read my mind again, but then another police car arrives, drawing her attention away….

Read the rest here: http://futurefire.net/2012.24/fiction/jemesouviens.html

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Hey, and check out CKUT’s “Easy Sonic Listening” which pieced bits of the podcast for “Je me souviens” together with protest music and sound art to create this episode.

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“SLIP BACK, MOVE FOWARD”  

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When traumatic events refuse to loosen their hold on you, sometimes the only way to find forgiveness and redemption is by traveling through time.

“Slip Back, Move Forward” was originally published January 2014 in Volume IV of Spark: A Creative Anthology. You can order it directly from the publisher in e-book or paperback here or from Amazon here.

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Exciting news! “Slip Back, Move Forward” has been republished by Tabulit. To read it, simply register on the site to obtain free tokens which will allow you to “open” the story. If you like what you see, you can purchase more tokens and read other stories.

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