An outlet for the urban imagination

Welcome to Metrofiction…these authors are featured:

John F. Banas

I kept my finger in position. You could never know when a friend had been compromised. I would wait until I saw my neighbor's face appear around the corner of the house -- alone.

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MM Plude

Damn she hated him. Sally shivered under her blanket as a cool autumn breeze tousled her hair and made the fallen leaves dance across the still water of his perfectly tiled pool.

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John W. Deaver

The Germans boarded the merchant tug Marie A on her final rendezvous. One slip-up would doom the mission, possibly getting me captured, or killed, or worse.

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Special mention: Arthur Chrenkoff, who contributed a short story to the original Metrofiction site, ended up getting a novel published shortly thereafter called Night Trains.

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