Cafe Management

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.

October Stories at the Confabulator Cafe

Fall has arrived, dearest patrons of the Confabulator Café. Shorter, cooler days, apples and cider, pumpkins and other squash, Halloween and Thanksgiving. This particular Confabulator considers this to be the most wonderful time of the year. And this time of year wouldn’t be the same without apples. So, this month’s prompt included that necessity. The […]


September Stories at the Confabulator Cafe

Hello, readers. Hope you’re ready for a brand new month of fiction. Our prompt this month was about dreams. Confabulators were given this line to inspire stories: “Every night you visit me. Sometimes in my dreams. Sometimes in my nightmares.” Here’s the schedule for September. Hope to see you around! Friday, September 7: “Dream Wars” […]


August Stories at the Confabulator Cafe

Hello, readers! We have a fantastic lineup for you this month, with a record-breaking number of stories for your enjoyment. We’ve got guest authors, newly minted full-fledged contributors, and returning authors we haven’t heard from in a while. What prompt incited so many authors to come out of the woodwork? Time travel. Writers love to […]


July Stories at the Confabulator Cafe

Hello and welcome back to the Cafe. We hope you enjoyed our stories last month. We’ve got even more stories for you this month! We even have two new guest authors, Kara DeLaughter and Nate Morsches, so I hope you’ll give them a warm Cafe welcome. The prompt this month was a first-line-last-line prompt, where Confabulators were […]


June Stories at the Confabulator Cafe

Welcome to another month of free fiction here at the Cafe. Pull up a chair and let us get you a nice iced coffee or tea. It is much too warm out there for June. Which really means it’s great weather to stay inside and catch up on your reading. This month, Confabulators were charged […]