1) It's All In The Paperwork by Richard Godwin (http://a-twist-of-noir.
blogspot.com/2011/07/ interlude-stories-richard- godwin.html)
Richard is always worth your time. In addition to be a hell of a friend, he's a hell of a writer, too. And who can't love a story that stars (numerous times) The Most Interesting Man In The World?
2) Road Show by AJ Hayes (http://flashjab.blogspot.com/
Just as with Richard, AJ's a hell of a friend and a hell of a writer. And this story, just fucking hilarious. Butch and Sundance in drag? Classic!
3) Dirty Beaches by Christopher Black (http://a-twist-of-noir.
blogspot.com/2011/10/ interlude-stories-christopher- black.html)
I pride myself on publishing some of the best noir/crime stories on the web. This one simply seared my eyebrows off. From top to bottom, and for my money, one of the best of the year. If Christopher Black continues to write like this, he's going to be a legend in no time.
4) Water Sports by Katherine Tomlinson (http://a-twist-of-noir.
blogspot.com/2011/09/ interlude-stories-katherine- tomlinson.html)
If Christopher Black seared my eyebrows off, Katherine Tomlinson bashed my brains in with this one. I have no words for this other than Go Read Now!
5) And now for something completely different...
Deviant Star by Richard Godwin (http://alternatendings.
blogspot.com/2011/11/deviant- star-by-richard-godwin_23.html )
There are two versions of this story at Alternate Endings, my new site where nothing happens the same way twice. While I love the first version, I love the wordplay of the second even more. A nuclear holocaust and the last two sentences being: As Max left hospital he heard a screaming overhead. To him the burning buildings looked like Baked Alaskas.
Plus there's lots and lots of cake and who doesn't like cake?