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Three Flash Stories by Jennifer Todhunter

Three Flash Stories by Jennifer Todhunter

Jennifer Todhunter’s stories have appeared in SmokeLong Quarterly, Necessary Fiction, CHEAP POP, and elsewhere. She was named to Wigleaf’s Top 50 Very Short Fictions 2018, and is the Editor-in-Chief of Pidgeonholes. Find her at www.foxbane.ca or @JenTod_.   i am a haenyeo i am a haenyeo was originally published by Zetetic: A Record of Unusual Inquiry in September 2015 i am a mother An Continue reading Three Flash Stories by Jennifer Todhunter

Ghost Hunting by Georgene Smith Goodin

Ghost Hunting by Georgene Smith Goodin

Georgene Smith Goodin’s work has appeared in numerous publications, and has won the Mash Stories flash fiction competition. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, the cartoonist Robert Goodin, their four foster children and two dogs. When not writing, she is restoring a 1909 Craftsman bungalow with obsessive attention to historic detail. You can find Georgene Continue reading Ghost Hunting by Georgene Smith Goodin

Theseus in Baghdad by D.A. Gray

Theseus in Baghdad by D.A. Gray

Gray has completed two poetry collections, Contested Terrain, FutureCycle Press, 2017 and Overwatch, published by Grey Sparrow Press, 2011.  His work has appeared in The Sewanee Review, Appalachian Heritage, Rattle: Poets Respond, Syntax & Salt, The Good Men Project, Still, and War, Literature and the Arts among many other journals.  Gray holds an MFA from The Sewanee School of Letters and Continue reading Theseus in Baghdad by D.A. Gray

Two Pieces by Gemma Mahadeo

Two Pieces by Gemma Mahadeo

Gemma Mahadeo (she/they) is a Melbourne-based, London-born writer and occasional musician whose poetry and non-fiction has appeared in online and print journals throughout Australia. Gemma blogs drink & zine reviews on eat, drink, stagger and edits reviews for Melbourne Spoken Word when not writing poetry or reviewing books, or reading submissions for Syntax & Salt and can be found online Continue reading Two Pieces by Gemma Mahadeo

Some Say the World Will End in Fire by R. Daniel Lester

Some Say the World Will End in Fire by R. Daniel Lester

R. Daniel Lester’s writing has appeared in print and online in multiple publications, including Adbusters, Geist, Broken Pencil, Pulp Literature, Switchblade and, most recently, Retreats from Oblivion: The Journal of NoirCon. His novella, Dead Clown Blues, from Shotgun Honey and Down & Out Books, was shortlisted for a 2018 Arthur Ellis Award for Best Crime Novella by the Crime Continue reading Some Say the World Will End in Fire by R. Daniel Lester