by Neesa Suncheuri
A profile of me was created on Wikipedia recently, outlining my prolific career, naming me as a highly-esteemed professional. I read it, and laughed at the sentence about my undergraduate degree. How I finished it when I was sixteen. I was ambitious about thermodynamics back then, yet I had never seen a woman naked in the flesh.
Continue reading To Research Love
by Derek Flynn
Ursula used to be an actress. Now, she’s an alcoholic. She spends most of her days and nights in the same couple of bars on Oakwood Street, sitting in the corner by herself, drinking wine and writing poetry. She reads me one. It’s good.
Continue reading On Oakwood Street
The city was larger than Alan remembered. He had wandered its old, European streets for three days and still felt he had only grazed the surface. It had been so different when he and Marion had come here on their honeymoon. They had only stayed for a week (that was all the time he could take off from work) but they knew almost every side street and alleyway by the time they left.
Continue reading Gods in the Machine
Winner, winner chicken dinner! OCH Flash Fiction winner is Joseph Schmidt with his entry Ancient History. No sin is left unpunished in this tale and won Joseph a feature on OCH’s LitWeek.
Read and discover the twists of Joseph Schmidt’s mind and keep an eye out for future Flash Fiction contests.
Continue reading FLASH FICTION CONTEST: Ancient History by Joseph Schmidt
You know the drill: if you want to compete for an opportunity to have your story published, write about the image above and submit. The winner will get their story published by OCH and a free e-book. Be sure to have your entries in by August 7th. We can’t wait to read your stories.
Continue reading FLASH FICTION CONTEST: The Passenger