Microfiction challenge Wheatfield: the entries

Whoops! Late again. Here they are, the new stories and the new installments in on-going series. I hope you’ll get round to reading them all, and take your time; many of them are very densely-written.

Ken starts off this week with a story bursting with hope.

Departure | rivrvlogr


Louise with two inspired stories.

Journey Into the Night – Fantasy Raconteur

A Dark Gift – Fantasy Raconteur


As Bill points out, a time wrap is appropriate in this context of the complexities of family relationships, role reversals and lives doubling back on themselves.

Time Wrap


Michael (Poetry Michael) with a snake in the grass story.

Cones the Harvest | The Poetry Channel


Sri with another part of Lucy’s story.



Sarah is another writer taking her character Stella into very strange territory. It’s fascinating how many of you have taken what is really the image of a very inoffensive field of wheat and changed it into something menacing.



Michael (Morpethroad) the ‘Justicier’.

Microfiction challenge #7: Wheatfield | Morpethroad


Merril’s story is also set in the crows’ point of view. Who would have thought crows could make such a happy story?



Kat takes her intriguing story a little further.

Seasons – Part 4 | like mercury colliding…


Kerfe with the crow’s interpretation.

Junk Mail Art: Crow Says… | method two madness


Phylor with another point of view of the burning angel story.

JD’s Microfiction: Wheatfield: [Chorragan’s Story] – Phylor’s Blog


Mek’s story is getting into very deep territory here. I hope she gives us another episode.

Harvest Time | Work in Progress

Thanks to all for participating, and I’ll post the next image today.

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Jane Dougherty

I used to do lots of things I didn't much enjoy. Now I am officially a writer. It's what I always wanted to be.

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