Street art is never just a picture on the wall, Reader, and we’re glad to be able to share Roger Camp’s [>>] incisive photographic print Red and White Umbrella, Yerevan, Armenia (2019) today for a moment of reflection on the social-imaginary and its context:
This image originally appeared in SC #8.1, available in print and ebook formats at our store. Read on!
Oh reader, time may not be a flat circle, but it certainly has a certain history, for certain. Let’s get our birds un-flocked with this crucial one from Same Lane, “Smoke in WA, September 2020”:
This poem first appeared in SC 9.2, available in print and ebook formats over in our store. Read on!
A memory of summer today and this tender poem, Harry Edgar Palacio’s “It’s Funny What the Fuchsia Sky Can Do,” which appears also in his full-length collection Sutras of Tiny Jazz:
This flash first appeared in SC 7.2, available in our shop as an ebook. Read on!
This one’s looking forward into the past, y’all, and we’re delighted to share it here, Travis Truax’s flash “Front Royal, Virginia, 1996“:
This flash originally appeared in SC 6.2, available in print and ebook formats. Read on!
The best for last, Dear Reader, this story, it’s something maybe on your mind this month, Kate Myles’s “Vacation Land“:
This short story originally appeared in SC 6.1, available as an ebook right here. Do subscribe for more, and read on!
The 2019 Force Majeure Flash Contest, with $500 in prizes, is open now. Check it out!