Category Archives: Fridge Flash
Punishments of Sleep Lying in a large cornfield, Sleep is a weapon I wield. This is a time that thoughts will yield, and imagination reigns supreme. Dreams have a world of their own, imagination doesn’t need a loan. The thought … Continue reading
We have two sisters with art stories today on Fridge Flash. The first is a logo for a rescued cat café. Who wouldn’t want to hang out at a cat café? The second is a depiction of a sugar skull, … Continue reading
I think this story speaks for itself. Potatoes are awesome. Also, as a side note, my own dad makes these amazing breakfast potatoes with bacon, chicken wing hot sauce and cheese that are to die for. So I especially appreciate … Continue reading
Yellow Hood The sun is burning hot with golden eyes. It’s a blue man with a yellow hood on top. It’s an eye-blinding hippie with only the moon to play with. The sun and the moon together are like a … Continue reading
Zoe Schaffel (daughter of writer Vivian Manning-Schaffel) is an almost 6-year old rabid artist and illustrator who infuses inanimate objects with human personality. Got a Fridge Flash from someone under the age of 12? Submit it to us!
Once upon a time there was a slug. There was a toad. Slugs, they are not smart. The End Rexi, age five, will receive her MFA from the Lunar Colony Writers Workshop, class of 2031. She likes the color yellow, … Continue reading
SmokeLong Quarterly is excited to announce a new series called Fridge Flash—flash fiction written and illustrated by kids. We are continuously struck by the wonderful spirit and imagination of children’s art and writing, and wanted to celebrate that by pulling … Continue reading