Vestal Review “remains a viable and exciting place for flash fiction writers. The editors are clearly looking for variety and craft, and have a wide and welcoming reach for this issue.”Read more "Review: Vestal Review Issue 49"
My aunt opened her door and put a foot out and paid cash. She did not kiss rings or wear slippers. She did not use a prayer rug. And yet, she was saved. The dishes are clean and orderly.Read more "Hybrid: How to Read DeLillo | The Collapsar"
Flash is an artist’s medium; writing it places one where people care about Art.Read more "Essay: Flash Fiction as Language Art | SmokeLong Quarterly"
This is an entertaining and thoughtful travel journal, written for friends by a friend who is open and honest enough to confide that traveling solo means “having a great time and having a sad and lonely time too.”Read more "Review: Hamburgers and Berliners by Matt Potter | Change Seven Magazine"
It didn’t take long for Woodreau to come to an agreement.Read more "Hard Pressed | The Jellyfish Review"
Patrick Miller removed his shoes, Eurydice removed her sandals, Dante Gabriel Rosetti tapped Ford Madox Ford on the shoulder.Read more "Her Horses Shouldered Through | Entropy Magazine"
“If you have information, please call our hotline.”Read more "Keys | Shotgun Honey"