Category Archives: Fay Ulanoff

Fay Ulanoff is a freelance write who dribbles out flash fictin, amongst writing off the wall children’s literature.

A Rose Called Dirt

A Rose Called Dirt The wind blows about my body and pushes my petals down towards the torn up black sheeting beneath me. I know I still have some orange and red left inside I can see it in the … Continue reading

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A Kiss Away

A Kiss Away I love the medium strength toothbrush I have, it gets to the places that need it. But my dentist said it is best for my teeth to use the soft one. Now that I have it and … Continue reading

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Sheldon and Ida Through the Lens

Sheldon and Ida decided to leave the Hope Lodge. Ida held Sheldon’s jacket then slipped into her own coat. With a quick glance in the mirror she placed her purple cap on her salt and pepper hair, then propped Sheldon’s … Continue reading

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Ned Nedimire’s Nail Came Off

F. Ulanoff The truth of the matter is, it had flourished for years as the king of his extremities. Even as a baby, he would hold it high, along with his other fingers, in order to clutch his baby bottle to … Continue reading

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Sample My Work

Belonged by F. Ulanoff             Lensky and Hammer were friends. They belonged to each other as good people who care do. The night it happened was a foreshadowing of an ill fated romance that was long in coming and short … Continue reading

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