A short story based on the prompt ‘dead air.’
I am writing to complain about my recent flight with Dead Air.
I chose to fly with you because you charge very reasonable fares. I was not put off by the negative reviews from relatives of your passengers, or the many sensationalist news articles condemning your business model as unethical – I personally find the profiteering of other airlines to be much more worrying (British Airways quoted me 4x the price you did!) Sadly, despite my open-mindedness I was very disappointed with the overall experience and with the customer service I received from Dead Air.
The problems began at check-in.
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I tried flash fiction for the first time, limited to 450 words with the prompt ‘workplace drama.’ I came up with this quick and dirty tale.
By the way, it’s not wish fulfillment. I like
most of my colleagues. Even the one who sniffs all day. Even the one who uses my mug. MY mug, with Wonderwoman on it. Even the one who puts the tea bags in the general waste bin even though the composting bin is right next to it and everyone knows a polar bear dies each time someone doesn’t recycle properly.
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A 1,200-word sci-fi story written in response to the theme ‘dead air’.
I am writing to complain about my recent flight with Dead Air. Continue reading “Short Story – Dead Air”