We’re here together, whether or not we’re going anywhere, and you can stay with us when you have to, so enjoy today’s share, R.L. Aseret’s “Brother, Eye, Hospital“:
This flash first appeared in SC 7.2, available in our shop as an ebook. Read on!
It’s the endweek of the long year, maybe the longest yet, and there is already so much behind us, Reader, that here we wish you just a glimmering growing thing and a shimmering shimmer, Lauren Sanderson’s “KISS ME NOW THE WAR IS OVER“:
This poem originally appeared in SC 6.1, available as an ebook right here. Do subscribe for more delicate embraces delivered to you. Read on!
Dear Reader, delight! Today we’re sharing a story from the latest issue, appropriate to a fright-full season — Haley Fedor’s “The Castle“:
This short story appears in in SC 7.1, available in print and as an ebook right here. Do subscribe for more, and read on!
Added to the archive today, Kimberly Ann’s poem “Theodicy,” dips into a rough, raw subject, but so jagged it catches every edge just right:
This poem originally appeared in SC 5.1, available in print and ebook forms at our store. Subscribe for more great flash delivered directly 2.5 times per year. Read on!
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We’re spitting a little blood this week, reader, all of us, and perhaps we need to check in again with our surroundings. We’re glad we could share Jesse De Angelis’s “Poem for Earth“:
This poem originally appeared in SC 5.2. It’s printed here and downloadable too; more like this and unlike this with a subscription. Read on!