Fiction from James Armstrong
The Beast THE GAZELLE WALKED down to the stream and took a drink of water. Just then, a lion leaped out and grabbed the gazelle between its claws. The gazelle struggled to get away, but the claws had sunken in too deeply for it to ever escape. The lion bent over and whispered into its […]
Two Fictions from Zann Carter
What You Do With Death 1 When death suddenly appears in your house, grabbing the comfortable chair, underfoot like a big, stupid dog, you endlessly describe it to friends: Death is an exotic creature whose movements mesmerize, whose ragged mouth opens without provocation, whose name contains sounds humans cannot reproduce. Death is the walnut table […]
Fiction from Jennifer Fliss
Where Are They Now? Jennifer Fliss is a New York raised, Wisconsin schooled, Seattle based writer. Her writing has appeared or is forthcoming in diverse publications including, The Citron Review, Brain Child Magazine, Prime Number, Foliate Oak, and The Establishment. More can be found on her website, www.jenniferflisscreative.com.