January 9, 2013

The End

This blog will no longer be updated. I will keep publishing micro fiction on my twitter: @EvertAsberg.

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November 17, 2012

Consuming Ideas

Each year we were taught from new marketing books we were obliged to buy. Their content did not differ much. Only then did I understand.

The story was published by Nanoism a year ago. At that time I had no blog, so here it is.

November 13, 2012

Wrong Guy

Last Monday, my new micro story Wrong Guy was in One Forty Fiction:

The lifeless face differed from the blurry pics I’d seen. I figured whether the first payment was high enough to leave the country.


October 27, 2012


He cut down a tree, removed the bark, sawed and cooked the wood, rolled the pulp, cut the paper and sat down. No more excuses.

This story was twittered a year ago by Cuento Magazine. I did not blog it yet.

September 28, 2012

My True God

As the patient deteriorated, he continued to reject enlightenment and science, until morphine appeared a true companion.

The story was published today by Seven by Twenty on twitter.

September 20, 2012


The girl raised her hand. He gave a penny. A bright smile. At night, he looked for her sleeping place to get the kidney.

The story was published today by Seven by Twenty on twitter.

September 7, 2012

Real Virtuality

My story, Real Virtuality, was published as “Today’s Story” on OneFortyFiction:

Please take note of the e-mail we accidentally sent to your home address. A virus might be attached. Please leave the house.

August 30, 2012

Eyes Closed

He kept his eyes closed while making love, thinking she was someone else. She kept hers closed as well, imagining his were open.

The story was twittered today by Cuento Magazine.

August 24, 2012

Dedicated Scientist

The scientist broke a record: one year on the moon, two on Venus and–after a week’s break on Earth (funeral of wife and kid)–two on Mars.

The story was twittered today by Cuento Magazine.

August 16, 2012


Today our twins were born. Name: Xiang. Weight: 3220 grams. Length: 17.3 inches. He has a little sister.

I’m excited to see the piece published by Nanoism. They made a change to their publication schedule, so it will be at the top of their site for a week.