Kristen Siegel

United States of America

Kristen Siegel (United States of America)() published:

Whistler

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2016

    The frost-stiffened grass whispered hoarsely against her heavy boots as she shuffled across the lawn. Although the hour hand was just brushing the 10, the seemingly permanent darkness of winter made it appear later. She didn't know what precisely she was looking for, but an inexplicable need to find had shaken her from her Netflix-coma and brought her here. 
    At the first unearthly strains of an unfamiliar whistled tune, the compulsion dissipated.
    Trancelike, she followed it...

almost 3 years ago

Kristen Siegel (United States of America)() published:

Crack(ing in)to a Canyon

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Their bodies pressed together in a harmonious dance, oblivious to the pulsating lights and sounds of the room around them. Hands tracing delicate circles over her bare hips and stomach, painting the swirls of Van Gogh’s Starry Nightonto her glistening skin. Leaning back her head to graze his shoulder, the slightest gesture prompting him to clutch her tighter to him until she could no longer imagine a future without him in it. A sweet memory made bitter by the...

almost 3 years ago

Kristen Siegel (United States of America)() published:

Side Effects of Politics May Include...

PROMPT: One Sentence Story

They argued until they had forgotten their points, grievances and eventually, their friendship.

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Kristen Siegel (United States of America)() published:

The 71st Hour

PROMPT: Fantasy Writing Competition 2015

 

72 Hours:

The constant buzz of tireless machines. The dissonant beeps of the monitors drawing information from wires. The nearly inaudible hum of EverBrite anti-burnout lights whose buttery glow had yet to arrive in her artificial corneas. Tesla Six, like all rebooting computers, emerged slowly into this cacophonous reality, encoding and storing every piece of data surrounding her lethargic body. She was immediately cognizant of three things: her name (Tesla Six), her purpose (to spend the subsequent three-day cycle...

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over 4 years ago

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Kristen Siegel (United States of America)() published:

The 71st Hour

PROMPT: Fantasy Writing Competition 2015

 

72 Hours:

The constant buzz of tireless machines. The dissonant beeps of the monitors drawing information from wires. The nearly inaudible hum of EverBrite anti-burnout lights whose buttery glow had yet to arrive in her artificial corneas. Tesla Six, like all rebooting computers, creative or not, emerged slowly into this cacophonous reality, encoding and storing every piece of data surrounding her lethargic body. She was cognizant of three things: her name (Tesla Six), her purpose (to spend the subsequent...

over 4 years ago

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