Urban photographer Geoffrey Ellis Aronson ensnared us with this ideal silhouette: Brookhaven, Atlanta.
This photo originally appeared in Storm Cellar 6.3, available as an ebook in our store (print sold out).
Have a breeze, Dear Reader. This one’s for you in its layers and soft disguises, Shushanik Karapetyan’s Laundry:
This photograph originally appeared in SC 6.2, available in print and ebook formats. Read on!
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:
This poem originally appeared in SC 5.1, available in print and ebook forms at our store. Subscribe for more great flash delivered directly 2.5 times per year. Read on!
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Today’s share is plucked from the archive and handed to you carefully, quietly, under a bright sky — Amy Kotthaus’s [>>] photos “Window” and “Above”:
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We’re so excited to release today’s share into the world, it’s full of true and truth, it’s Amber N.’s “Lol white men bore me”:
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