Category Archives: flash fiction
Screwing Up, Importantly So I was wondering if maybe you’re putting a load of crap into that one idea that’s bothering you so much, wondering if you could Screw Up so very Importantly. What I mean is this: suppose it … Continue reading
I just discovered Ann Beattie’s “Snow,”–available on the net (click the word “snow”)–an amazingly powerful and impossibly tiny, almost a-prose-poem story. For some reason, I can’t call it flash. It’s two and a half pages long and extraordinary in every … Continue reading
This journal first published “Mother of One,” together with one of my favorite stories, “Screwing Up, Importantly” in 2013 and get this… Amazon still has it, for just four (4) bucks, right here! (Click this link) You’ll like one or … Continue reading
Let’s pretend we’re teenagers, write our hardened selves into a wild drag race & fly down Main Street at dusk, straight on out of this town. (This, slightly tweaked, still legal tweet in response to, and appreciating, @ReedsyHQ’s call for dangerous … Continue reading
Found on internet. Surely is published somewhere. I will never find it again it is too deicious not to share from the blog where i found it, a poem of the day blog. Stsnd by. I will find it! Continue reading
SmallPressPicks.com reviews _How I Kiss Her Turning Head_. Continue reading
My first prose chapbook, How I Kiss Her Turning Head, published by Monkey Puzzle Press, was released on May 31, 2014! Get yours now! Available from Monkey Puzzle Press. They have a free sample, too. Tasty!