By Michael Seese
A few days after receiving my copies of Overplay/Underdone, I wrapped my hands around this.
Per editor John R. Mabry, the idea behind Brief Grislys "was simple: tell the scariest story you can, in less than 1,000 words. It sounds easy, but it isn’t. A thousand words sounds like a lot until you start writing."
My entry is a humorous piece, an expanded version of something I wrote for one of Janet Reid's 100-word flash fiction contests. It's titled "Night Of The Laughing Dead," and employs nearly every bad pun known to mankind.
This one is available on Amazon.
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