Author: Tyler Clifton

impending loss fiction 0

Coyotes

Short Story   Dad said he heard Coyotes around midnight every night. He slept on the couch a lot, which made it hard for him to sleep. The television would be on quietly until...

first love story 0

Celeste

Short Story   No one ever remembers the eye color of someone they just met. They might notice it, but it never sticks. Not because it’s unmemorable, but because you’re brain isn’t trying to...

meaningful short stories 1

Blue and Gold

Short Story The summer was made of us driving, sitting, and getting drunk. Our work schedules didn’t match up well, so we would always hangout pretty late in the day. We’d drive your truck...

Summer Stories 0

My Roof

Summer Stories   I got out of class late. I was the only one; the teacher didn’t hold us back. My calculator said it was clear but I had a feeling it actually wasn’t....

illness fiction 0

I Am Not a Sailor

Short Story   I want to be a sailor. They get to see the world and meet new people. They ride in big boats and have friends everywhere. Sailors get respect. And aren’t laughed...

Friends Short Story 0

My Best Friends

Short Story   Brian, David, and Luke were my best friends. It seemed like Brian was always talking to girls since kindergarten. He got his first girlfriend in 2nd grade, who he still says...

fiction about cancer 0

The Mondays

Short Story   I was told I was dying on a Monday morning. Mondays are usually just a lame excuse to be grumpy or bitchy, but I think I had a legitimate excuse to...

short story about two brothers 1

Small Talk

Short Story   I like to come out here. Yeah, it’s nice. There used to be a barn over there. I don’t know what happened to it-neighbors must have torn it down. I didn’t...