We hear there’s some kind of race going down, dear reader, have you heard about it? There’s a fair and everything. Here’s Danielle Weeks’ highly relevant “Lexington Horse Mania”:
This poem originally appeared in SC 4.3. Pick up yours and breeze your own self with it in this heat, or download it to your phone. Subscribe for more winners, and read on.
It’s May Day, or some day close by. We’re so glad to share these woodcuts from SC 5.1 by Nathan Nielsen, Cracked and Ant Glen:
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…And now a phantasmagoriad of flash creative nonfiction, one of which we nominated for a Pushcart last year, Stephanie Dickinson’s “Big-Headed Anna Making Soap” and “Big-Headed Anna Fears the Parish Sheriff Coming for Her Make-Believe Baby“:
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The hemisphere is shaking off the wet leftovers of winter, dear reader, but is it through? What is and isn’t paid and evened up, in Grace Bauer’s “The Deceptive Day”:
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Time scuttles, it sneaks, things evaporate or even sublime whenever you turn your back for just a month or two. Now comes Riel Sturchio’s [>>] untitled poem [goes]:
This poem originally appeared in SC 6.1, out now. Get it in print, download it, subscribe for more like it. And after you go, read on.
P.S. The FORCE MAJEURE #FLASH #CONTEST ends 4/30 – enter now!