By nature I tend to be an all or nothing sort of soul. Best to refrain from a glass of wine with dinner, because that may whet the appetite for a bottle.
Her new thing is black. I will always be in mourning until the women of the world are free.
We’re pleased to announce our nominations for Best Small Fictions 2018 to be judged by Aimee Bender.
Like a great many writers under the age of forty, I’m an adjunct professor applying, vying, praying for the tenure track. Ours is a generation of indentured scholars.
Congratulations to our winning stories and finalists.
Please join us in congratulating the winners and finalists of our first flash fiction contest!
What if I never write again. I wonder this over and over. Driving to work, doing the dishes, writing feedback on my Creative Writing students’ pieces. It isn’t so much a question, I am not searching for alternative routes and possibilities. Instead, I pose it as a statement […]
And then the empty page again come morning, cloud unwritten on, virginal snow may I be worthy of your blissful stare slowly turning into smile