Short Fiction

by J. Eric Thompson

The Dancer

The Dancer

by J. Eric Thompson

"Oh," Said Mom

by J. Eric Thompson

Set in 1938, a farmer decides to booby-trap his garden to ward off a prurient pest. When All the Animals Are Gone is the story of a father’s quiet battle to protect his grieving son, his late wife’s honor, and his poor, violated watermelons. And tonight of all nights is when the damn Martians decide to invade.

*This story first appeared in Issue #67 of Bayou Magazine

The future of music is grim, but only the criminals have to dance.

Babies aren't the only ones who can suck on their own toes. The rest of us just need a little help.

So Long Afloat

by J. Eric Thompson

An ancient family's new life on the water.

Unfellowed

by J. Eric Thompson

A grandfather's prestige is called into question because of The Karate Kid.

 
 
 
 
 
© 2018 by J. Eric Thompson