Desmond Hussey

Desmond Hussey

Staff Writer

Desmond Hussey has spent his last decade as co-founder, writer, director, actor, designer and janitor of Spectral Theatre Society, a Vancouver based independent theatre company dedicated to producing short Horror, Science-fiction and Weird Tales for “People that don’t like theatre”. But not all stories are for the stage and he is thrilled to discover an outlet for his more radical ideas. No stage prop will ever trump the imagination. Besides, Horror is obviously beginning to take its toll on him.

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Sam Clough

Sam Clough

Alumni – Staff Writer

Sam Clough will swear blind that he’s a writer, although you probably shouldn’t believe him. His habits include eschatology, drinking tea (a far more civilised drink that coffee, as he will insist), cryptology, and reading everything that he can get his hands on.

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Roi R. Czechvala

Roi R. Czechvala

Alumni – Staff Writer

Roi R. Czechvala hails from Tyler Texas. He attended the University of Texas where he received two B.S. degrees. He found his education to be virtually worthless on the job market and ended up pursuing a career in the military, serving in both the USMC, and the Army.

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B. York – Founder

B. York

Alumni – Staff Writer

B. York is not a writer. Nor is he an artist, a sportsman, a musician, a leader, or a follower. B isn’t an inspired youthful capable of making his mind bleed through a storm of ideas traversing his neural plane. His capability to imagine the incapable does not exist. The life which he led has always been lacking in discovery, meditation, and the centering of self. Then again, he could just be telling you a series of damn lies.

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J. Loseth – Founder

J. Loseth

Alumni – Staff Writer

J is a freelance editor and graduate student working on his English MA at Villanova University in Pennsylvania. He spends his time roleplaying, cosplaying, voice acting when he can scare up a job, playing video games, and generally avoiding doing any real work whatsoever. J explains his irresponsible nature by citing the fact that, as a very small child, he convinced himself that cartoons were “for babies” and forced himself to stop watching them. The current phase of his life is the result of his truncated childhood coming back to haunt him, or so he claims.

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Jared Axelrod – Founder

Jared Axelrod

Alumni – Staff Writer

n engine of relentless creativity, these things in question include but are not limited to rayguns, plays, pulp heroes. swords, puppets, costumes, one-man shows, toys, gourmet meals, and otherworldly devices. These thing have been known to change the lives of many, save the lives of a few, and generally assist whenever needed, much like their creator. He has been known to inspire super powers and detectives. He has performed in two circuses, one of which was his own. His writing and artwork has been published in just about every format currently available.

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J. R. Blackwell – Founder

J. R. Blackwell

Alumni – Staff Writer

J.R. Blackwell is a writer, photographer and podcaster. J.R. traveled as a contortionist with the Industrial Strength Freak Show for two years where she learned to walk on nails and eat fire. Her essay “Evidence of a Baker” was published in the Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster in March 2006. Her fiction has been published by Static Movement Magazine, Bewildering Stories, Heavy Glow and EMG-Zine.

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Kathy Kachelries – Founder

Kathy Kachelries

Alumni – Staff Writer

Kathy Kachelries was born on present-day Earth and she’s never forgiven the universe for stranding her in such an unimaginative epoch. Rather than sulk, however, she’s made it her mission to change the world into a more surreal and fascinating place. When Kathy isn’t drinking coffee, fingerpainting, spouting liberal propaganda or doing any of the other things her BFA prepared her for, she scours the internets for bizzare facts and ideas that often end up on this site.

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Mike Herbaugh

Forum Overlord

Forum Overlord

Though not quite old enough to say “I remember programming with punch cards”, Michael is senior enough in his geekdom to remember the original DOS, computers with no hard drives and Fortran 77. He still remembers the day a friend handed him an old tattered copy of Stranger in a Strange Land and was immediately hooked on all things Heinlein.

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Clint Wilson

Clint Wilson

Staff Writer

Clint Wilson is a writer, artist, and musician, among other things. Sci-fi fantasy fans around the world have enjoyed his novel Flatworld, but he is also fond of creating short stories from all genres. He also writes non-fiction articles for several automotive trade magazines.

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Jae Miles

Jae Miles

Staff Writer

Jae has long suspected that all is not right with the world. (Paranoia and very fast cars will do that to you.) A lifetime of heavy metal and role-playing games, the soul of a hopeless romantic, an interesting childhood and a reading speed that can hit a hundred pages an hour has resulted in a poet, writer, storyteller, unashamed atavist, eclectic path pagan and rocker.

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Patricia Stewart

Patrica Stewart

Staff Writer

Patricia is a physicist, and has worked for NASA most of her career. She has also worked for a major aerospace company and taught freshman astrometry at a university in southern Florida. She prefers to write “hard” science fiction, but is not adverse to adding an occasional bit of levity into her stories. Like Gene Rodenberry, Patricia has an optimistic view of the future, and prefers to write positive, upbeat fiction.

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Duncan Shields

Duncan Shields

Staff Writer

Duncan Shields is a computer animator for video games. He also likes to write. He grew up in Nelson, British Columbia and now lives in Vancouver after a five year stint in Edinburgh, Scotland. He’s a tall man. He hopes one day to have the attention span and the time to write a novel but for now he’s very happy that flash fiction has actually become a genre

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Stephen Smith – Keeper of the Keys

Stephen R. Smith

Staff Writer, Site Administrator

Stephen Smith grew up a voracious reader; from The Hardy Boys and Tom Swift, through Robert A. Heinlein, Ray Bradbury, Tolkien and Stephen R. Donaldson, to Robert Ludlum, John le Carré and Neal Stephenson. When he found Philip K. Dick, Harlan Ellison and William Gibson he realized that his path was going to be forever engaged in the business of the future.

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I’ve Seen Things…

365tomorrows launched August 1st, 2005 with the lofty goal of providing a new story every day for a year. We’ve been on the wire ever since.

Our stories are a mix of those lovingly hand crafted by a talented pool of staff writers, and select stories received by submission.

The archives are deep, feel free to dive in.

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What is Flash Fiction?

"Flash fiction is fiction with its teeth bared and its claws extended, lithe and muscular with no extra fat. It pounces in the first paragraph, and if those claws aren’t embedded in the reader by the start of the second, the story began a paragraph too soon. There is no margin for error. Every word must be essential, and if it isn’t essential, it must be eliminated."

Kathy Kachelries, Founding Member