Monthly Archives: July 2015

The Language of Skin

Two Pieces by Justin Brouckaert. ⇒Read them @ Ghost Proposal. This week’s unsolicited and likely rambling commentary focuses on some great prose writing by Justin Brouckaert. I don’t normally do this, but I’m going to take on not one but two pieces in … Continue reading

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Filming a Ghost

FILMMAKING | B.R. Yeager ⇒ Read the story first @ Unbroken (view the journal via ISSUU; the piece is on page 21) ⇒ Today’s featured piece comes from a cool journal of short-form creative prose–prose poetry, flash, what have you–called Unbroken. I … Continue reading

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2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Washer/Dryer, Swimming Pool, Giant Chicken Legs…

The Practical Witch’s Guide to Acquiring Real Estate | A.C. Wise ⇒Read the story @ Uncanny Magazine⇐ I like when people working in genres like fantasy bring in a nontraditional form (lists, questionnaires, how-to articles, interviews, etc.) to reframe their story … Continue reading

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No Animals Were Harmed in the Making of this Flash Fiction

THE BATTERY CAGE | John Grabski. Ash + Bones. Perhaps foremost among humanity’s innate skills is our incredible capacity for denial. For a simple demonstration of this denial, go to a Fourth of July barbecue, where everyone’s chowing down on … Continue reading

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The Last Waffles on Earth

MARCIE’S WAFFLES ARE THE BEST IN TOWN | Sunil Patel. ⇒Read the story @ Flash Fiction Online⇐   Spoilers Ahead. Read the story FIRST. ⇒This is a story about the apocalypse, or at least the author’s particular vision of the … Continue reading

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