Francine Witte: When Tom walks in

Reader, it is a fine time to take stock of the situation and see it afresh, with Francine Witte’s “When Tom walks in“:

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Issue #7.1 Out Now

The new new issue of Storm Cellar is “Back Fire” — a fire used to fight another fire by stealing its food — out now! Check it over here. Vol. VII no. 1 has hot baths, falling lizards, crossed lines, apples, immigrants, secrets, blackouts, needles to the neck, and a lot of offspring. Plus the winners of Continue reading “Issue #7.1 Out Now”

Jefferson Navicky: El Beardo

Today’s flash comes to us with a multiplying effect. We’re happy to share from the archive Jefferson Navicky’s “El Beardo“:

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Ann Stewart McBee: Not Even Max

Today’s share is a flash from the buzzworthy Ann Stewart McBee, “Not Even Max“:

 

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Kat Gonso: Daniel

We’re delighted to bring you a flash piece from our latest issue, #6.3: here’s Kat Gonso’s biting, antediluvian “Daniel.”

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