Monday, August 05, 2019

Reader's Diary #2069- Eric Robert Nolan: Denver Disappeared Wednesday

I know it's a bit morbid to find stories of the end of the world fun, but I also know I'm not alone in feeling that way.

I would guess Eric Robert Nolan feels the same way based upon his flash fiction, "Denver Disappeared Wednesday."

There are, to be sure, heavier themes suggested: the dangers of war and technology being number one, but with the fast, relatively unexplored space of a few short paragraphs, it also revels in the aesthetics of a summer disaster flick.

1 comment:

Eric Robert Nolan said...

Thank you for the kind words, Mr. Mutford; I am so glad that you enjoyed the story and I appreciate your thoughtful commentary above.

If you enjoy tales of technology gone wrong, you can find two lengthier science fiction - horror stories of mine where they have been published by online venues. (They are both free.)

You can find my malfunctioning time machine story here:

and my story about a nanotechnology apocalypse right here:

Thank you again! :-)