Index to prose pieces featured at this site and elsewhere.
Last updated: 19.05.19.
Peter Altenberg (Austria)
Two short stories
Oskar Back (USA)
The Best Minds of My G-g-g-g-generation: An Evening with Gregory Corso and Allen Ginsberg
Johannes Beilharz (Germany)
Lemuel Potter, distant cousin - the story of »Hairy« Potter The hexagon - a tale of the future Green clear balls - a surreal story Relation - an almost real borrowed story X. - sort of a spy story parody On the train - a more or less philosophical story Somewhere near Teec Nos Pos Caught in conversation NEW The red desert NEW Bio
Blumfeld interviewed by Psychotic News Cipation Donnie and Geronimo, youthful warriors Forbidden In a dark monster of a building - a flash story Memoir of a reading arranged by a cowbird My nights without you Mysterious parallel bounce Pigeon TV She's been misunderstood So grave The master of archideas Transformation Try this – a sensually tantalizing flash love story Unwritten love letter Up the creek without a paddle Zapping the remote control - historical flashes
Pounding at the gates of American literature - excerpt
Edmund Cardoni (USA)
Bryon - a short prose piece
Normandi Ellis (USA)
The Egyptian Book of the Dead - excerpts from Normandi Ellis' translation
Manfred Kyber (Germany)
His Great Moment - a short story
A dream of fire and air An interpretation A trip to Ruby City A visit to the novelty store Dramatic relationship Evasions Far from Darfur Hell hath no fury Jeweled letter Latter-day variant of an older story Leonine Ms. Literate speaks My kind of girl (a not so nice story) Oh wonder Poses at Hopi Point She walked with a mysterious bounce (an abbreviated Iliad) Spidery webs The end of a flight Travelers in Atlantis - a glimpse What to do? White chamber (a ghost story) Who else I might have been
There's a Man in the Habit of Hitting Me on the Head with an Umbrella
He acted like God come down to earth - a flash story A desert dream
A dark flight A difficult kind of dance A fun-packed evening with Claude A mere dalliance A mother's words for her 388 year-old son An intergalactic messenger in search of Camelot Approximately seven minutes about men and women Back home Bear Better late than never? Bodo Spangles caught in the tangles of bureaucracy in 2509 Expropriation Ferociously unfounded Fleeting gifts Holly Brown's lonely life House warming Identification of objects in historical grave treasure near end Inappropriate It is written that Jolt, Ribbon and Zeal (or: The rules of cohabitation) Love, at long last, visits two lonely hearts Love, lust and madness at Twilight Manor Katherine and I used to be lovers Letter to Crazy Mama from her son Luke C. Whead Maligned Mirror to the sky Mixed drinks - a flash story Mysterious parallel bounce Natalie Spacey must go shopping Oh what to do... One visit for every key Out in space in some future Out of this world Parting shot Persistent callous interference Sadness and happiness Seriously, Dave – a borrowed dialog Stripease NEW The other inhabitants move in The picture of my heart The significance of things and events The wishbone Tell me about something that will stay forever This place To avoid or not to avoid Twilight in the garden You can be damn sure NEW
My Asian Frontier - poetic prose
My birthday party - an ultrashort story
Vivek Tandon (India)
Maddened by a Thread - excerpt from a novella Book recommendation
Best of Meme
Among the authors of the poems and flash stories assembled in this anthology are James Steerforth, Leonard Blumfeld, Niebla, Surendra Sparsh, Iself and Felix Morgenstern.
These miniatures, which range from humorous to deadpan, satirical to whimsical and spiritual to only beautiful, are the result of the author's participation in various so-called memes – also referred to as writing or art prompts – in the English-language literary and art blog world in 2007 and 2008.
2008, paperback, 52 pages, $8.95 / £4.50 / €7.99.
Can be ordered directly from Wordclay, the publisher, or from any bookstore or online bookstore, e.g. Amazon US, Amazon UK, Amazon Germany.
Novel endings - a series at James Steerforth's blog
Six sentences - what can you say in six sentences?
Lyrics - an eclectic collection of song lyrics NEW
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