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Elegy Flynn: Afterword

Elegy Flynn was a short-lived series of short stories I wrote in 2012. For a long time, I left the series out in limbo, promising to write more…

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By the Time We Got to Woodstock: The Adventures of Elegy Flynn, #7

Elegy Flynn leaned against the bar glumly. She cupped her chin in her hands and rested her elbows on the bar. “I’m bored.” I was lying on the…

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Midnight Rambler: The Adventures of Elegy Flynn, #6

I rolled one of the balls on the pool table towards a pocket. “Elegy, I’m confused.” It stopped just short of going in. “I really hate the conversations…

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No new Elegy Flynn for July. Sorry!! :(

Unfortunately, I’m going to be unable to provide an Elegy Flynn story for July. I’m really sorry about this. I don’t take breaking a commitment lightly, but I…

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Redux: The Adventures of Elegy Flynn, #5

The door to the bar swung open, and a man with shaggy red hair and a goatee walked in. “Well, if it isn’t my favorite bar,” he said,…

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The Electric Mind: The Adventures of Elegy Flynn, #4

I squinted. “Why does the bar look like a hospital?” Two seconds ago, I’d been holding a rum runner and wearing normal clothes. Now, I was holding a…

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The One That Got Away: The Adventures of Elegy Flynn, #3

Achava Zenon stormed into the bar, slamming the door behind her. She clutched her head with one hand. “Shit!” she said. Achava was a volur, which was a…

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Will Shakesprick: The Adventures of Elegy Flynn #2

For Andre. At least I know you’ll get the jokes. Elizabeth Peters slammed the door of the bar behind her. “I’ve done it,” she said, striding across the…

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The Adventures of Elegy Flynn

A disgruntled goddess of fate. A time-traveling bar. Barely functioning alcoholics saving the world.

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You Can’t Kill Hitler: The Adventures of Elegy Flynn #1

I was inside the bathroom in my apartment. My boyfriend Richard was pounding on the door. “You better come out of there, Cathy.” It was early evening, but…