Gen Del Raye: My Mother Takes Me to a Public Bath

We’re back from summer break, friends! Just in time to sip on this delicious cup of flash, which won our 2018 Force Majeure Flash Contest, it’s Gen Del Raye’s “My Mother Takes Me to a Public Bath”:

  

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Carolyn Guinzio: three poems

Today’s share is straight from theaters to your brain, it’s Carolyn Guinzio’s “Dash,” “Theory at the End of a Long Night,” and “Your Current Location”:

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Melissa Atkinson Mercer: Please say something different

For today, Dear Reader, may it please you to read this poem from issue #5.2 by Melixxa Atkinson Mercer, “Please say something different“:

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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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Kimberly Ann: Theodicy

Added to the archive today, Kimberly Ann’s poem “Theodicy,” dips into a rough, raw subject, but so jagged it catches every edge just right:

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