Matthew Karabache is addicted to stories of all kinds, devouring those made up by others and creating his own with equal gusto. Mythology and folklore hold a special fascination for him and he plunders them for ideas and other riches like some sort of literary pirate. He has been writing for as long as he can remember and will continue to do so for ever and ever. You can’t stop him, so there. He lives in Brisbane, Australia.
On a weather station in the upper atmosphere of Saturn, a scientist observes a storm that could shake the foundations of meteorology. This story was my first round entry in NYC Midnight‘s 2017 Flash Fiction Challenge. The writing prompts in my brief were: Sci-Fi | A Weather Station | A Slice of Pizza.
Published: July 6, 2017.
Fiction » Historical » USA
Desperate not to end up just like his father, a felon struggles with what may turn out to be the worst decision of his life. This story was my second round entry in NYC Midnight‘s 2017 Short Story Challenge. The writing prompts in my brief were: Historical Fiction | A Tunnel | A New Father.