April Stories at the Confabulator Cafe

While the Confabulator Cafe is a virtual place, a handful of the writers for the Cafe live in Kansas. We’ve been having some strange weather lately. Fires, snow, tornadoes, and eighty-degree afternoons when it was below thirty in the morning. The old saying that if you don’t like the weather in Kansas just wait five minutes is hyperbolic but not entirely untrue.

It feels a bit apocalyptic at times. Perhaps that is why, when consulting a random prompt generator, we all acquiesced when it spat out: a library, a road warrior, and self sacrifice.

Look, we know it’s a little Mad Max. But that’s something worth aspiring to, right? We hope you’ll enjoy this month’s stories. Here’s the schedule for you.

Friday, April 8: “Snakebite” by Eliza Jaquays
Friday, April 15: “Shiloh” by Ashley M. Hill
Friday, April 22: “The 34-Year Harvest” by Dianne Williams
Friday, April 29: “The Wandering Library” by Sara Lundberg

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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