The rain passed, or come again, or worried the horizon today, didn’t it? Here’s a poem by S.A. Leger [>>] for the remains we observe and don’t observe, “Blemishes on a mouse carcass“:
This poem originally appeared in SC #8.1, available in print and ebook formats at our store. Read on!
As the leaves fall under cloudy skies, let’s take a breath with this creative nonfiction flash by Jay Hansford C. Vest, “Song of the Rain Crows“:
This essay appears in Storm Cellar 8.3, available in print and ebook formats over in our store, so read on!
Summer gig blues, out there, for those who have a gig, and those who have to have have a gig. Find a little excitement in the “Ad Space,” this electricity-charged story by Benny Brown.
This story first appeared in SC 7.2, available in our shop in print and ebook formats. Read on!
The 1st Prize winner of our 2019 Force Majeure Flash Contest is this gem by Chila Woychik [>>], “The Importance of Air.” Enough of us, get to reading!
This flash appears in Storm Cellar #8.2, nicknamed “Sisal,” available in delicious print and ebook editions in our store. Read on!
Dear reader, our electric share this week two poems by Leah Noble Davidson [>>] from her project addressing, among other things, the Benjamin algorithm’s writing a screenplay. Here’s The way you were sent to me… that was a big honest idea. and The principle is completely constructed for the same time:
These poems appear in SC 6.1, available in print and ebook editions — and hey subscribe whydoncha? Read on!
PS. Our $500 Force Majeure Flash Contest is open now: check it out.