Then he abandoned Plato to defend a justice that the ancient Greek would not understand. Using My Maiden Name The bellhop addressed us as Mr. We didn’t dress for forty-eight hours, though he never removed his socks. Broke by Noon We crossed paths once, a few months later.Olivia Taylor loves to experiment with numerous genres of writing, including poetry, short stories, novels, and screenwriting. Two Hour Lunch The last time I saw him I had the flu. I almost raised my hand as our cars passed, but then saw she was in the backseat. Annmarie Lockhart is the founding editor of vox poetica, an online literary salon dedicated to bringing poetry into the everyday, and Unbound Content, an independent press devoted to poetry.
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An outdoor enthusiast and retired teacher, she enjoys hiking, biking, gardening, and Pilates. Satin Sister Satin sisters into which I slip my morning feet. She writes short stories and poetry for anthologies, at home and abroad. Remember the first one before you order anything off Billy Bag’s special menu. She is a fledgling writer, working to spread her wings and ride the thermals.
Her flash fiction has appeared in Dragon Poet Review, The Pop Machine (Inwood Indiana Press), and Nailpolish Stories, A Tiny and Colorful Literary Journal. Wildshine She spun words, nibbling them before spitting them onto the page. Her poem, La Mia Musa was a vox poetica 2012 Best of the Net nominee. Married; has two cats, multiple spiders, a herd of deer, and two derelict hen-houses. She particularly enjoys writing poetry, flash fiction, and creative non-fiction.
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Seven pieces by Len Kuntz In Stitches Her breasts lay in the trash somewhere. Skirting the Issue The scratch marks resembled a polygraph test and she smelled of her lover again. In Stitches Office breakroom gathering Have you heard the one about—–? Tyrean Martinson daydreams, writes, and reads in the Pacific Northwest. Later, appreciated with you, my love, over candlelight. Skied beginner runs together; admitted angst in trying intermediate. Yet should this happen, all facts will be born anew. This writer, yoga practitioner, and classical guitar player resides in Wichita, Kansas. The false strangers continued betraying each other, driving the passion high. Hagadorn’s published works can be found at of 2016” stories were selected for their use of unique language, breadth of story in so few words, emotional impact, and the complex and original relationship of the titles to their stories. Krystyna Fedosejevs writes poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction.
In bed she yawned, said, “Love you,” nodding off at once. Uproarious, gut wrenching, knee slapping, Simultaneous chortles, coffee spewed all directions Hey, tell it again! For Audrey, We wear blue dresses and wave as cars pass by. She can be found online at: Five pieces by Krystyna Fedosejevs Plum Wine Cherries, apples and pears harvested. Trophy Wife by Rosemary Jane They said I was only arm candy. Naughty Nautical I roll up my sleeve and reach beneath the waves. Congratulations to the contributors for spinning these powerful pieces that made 2016 sparkle here at readers and contributors alike, enjoy, be inspired, and thank you for supporting the journal. Her writing has appeared in Lunch Ticket, Crack the Spine, and Bartleby Snopes, among others. You can find her online at @mureallhebert from April Yukon Gold by Krystyna Fedosejevs Family stories of a rush for vanity abound. Her work has been published online and in a number of magazines, including: Nailpolish Stories, 100 word story, 101 Words, Boston Literary Magazine, From the Depths, Six Word Memoirs, and Espresso Stories. by Tyrean Martinson Promenade vendors pushed dark, plastic lenses.
Pearls of Wisdom He’d claimed to be at a baseball game with his buddies, but she suspected infidelity. More of her work may be found at 50 Word Stories and Postcard Shorts. She is the author of the flash fiction collections . Three pieces by Linda Imbler Blackest Fears I’m hearing echoing footfalls, Experiencing fear laced fantasy.