July Stories at the Confabulator Cafe

Hello readers. Thank you for visiting our website, where authors create short fiction for you to enjoy for free every month. We are about to embark on our sixth month of monthly writing prompts. We hope you have enjoyed what you’ve read up to this point and will stick with us as we continue to get better and write toward new and different prompts.

For July, the Confabulators were given a setting prompt. The setting: a dining room. Stories had to take place only in a dining room. Flashbacks could happen elsewhere, but all action and all telling had to take place in a dining room. It seems limiting, but we put no restrictions on what kind of dining room. Maybe the dining room doesn’t belong to a human. Maybe the dining room is in outer space. Join us for the month of July to see where our writers took this prompt.

In other exciting news, we have our first two guest bloggers contributing stories to the Confabulator Cafe this month. We hope you’ll welcome Anita Young and Emily Mosher with the same warmth you receive the rest of us with each month.

Here is the July schedule, so be sure to check back each week on the days below for new free fiction!

Friday, July 3: “Parchment and Paper” by Neil Siemers
Thursday, July 9: “Death of Underwood” by Anita Young
Sunday, July 12: “The Lonely Ghost Meets the Hungry Ghost” by Sara Lundberg
Wednesday, July 15, “The Rest of Us: Bottoms Up” by Jack Campbell, Jr.
Saturday, July 18: “Falling Feet First” by Eliza Jaquays
Tuesday, July 21: “Super Support Group” by Emily Mosher
Friday, July 24: “In Possession of a Mother’s Intuition” by Ashley Hill
Monday, July 27: “The 17-Year Harvest” by Dianne Williams
Thursday, July 30: “Love Potion No. 999” by Aspen Junge

Cafe Management is run by the administration of The Confabulator Cafe. We keep things running smoothly, post stories by guest authors, and manage other boring back-end tasks.

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