March Stories at the Confabulator Cafe

The Confabulator Cafe has been generating fiction in some capacity or another since its inception in 2012. In that time, the Confabulators have produced over 200 original short stories.

We have quite the impressive body of work, if we do say so ourselves. If you ever feel like perusing past work, head on over to the Fiction page. Just be careful. You could get lost down the rabbit hole once you get started.

For March, we decided to use that list of stories as prompts. We challenged ourselves to choose a title from the 200+ stories that have been written, write the story we felt went with that title, and then give the story a new title. All without reading the original tale until all of those steps were complete.

It is fascinating to see how our own creativity has sparked additional creativity. We have all linked the original story that prompted the new story (at the end of the story, though, to avoid any potential spoilers).

We hope you’ll enjoy a double dose of Cafe stories this month, and delve into our (sometimes shady) past as we forage ahead into the future.

Here’s the March schedule:

Friday, March 4: “The Tithe for Broken Dreams” by Sara Lundberg
Wednesday, March 9: “The Sea and the Sky” by Emily Mosher
Monday, March 14: “To Simplify Sadly ” by Rob Conway
Friday, March 18: “The Last Sunny Day” by Dianne Williams
Wednesday, March 23: “Missing Days” by Eliza Jaquays
Monday, March 28: “A House with Many Doors” by Jack Campbell, Jr.

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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