Louisville Review, a literary magazine published twice a year in Louisville, Kentucky, published my short story “Joseph Happ” in December, on the founder of Hapsburg, Virginia. You can download or buy Issue 88 on the magazine website, https://www.louisvillereview.org/issues/
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Short Story Avenue, an online magazine, posted my flash fiction “Estimate” on January 12. What will it cost to remodel an old house? https://shortstoryavenue.com/2021/01/12/estimate-by-robert-boucheron/
The Common Breath, “a publishing imprint based in Glasgow,” posted my flash fiction “The Man of Straw” in their blog on January 12. https://thecommonbreath.com/blog49.html
The online magazine talking about sttawberries all of the time posted my flash fiction “The Wedding.” Nora Devereux helps Lily marry in style. https://talkingaboutstrawberries.blogspot.com/2020/10/robert-boucheron.html
The Seattle Star, once a newspaper and now an online magazine, posted my story “The Rose of Sharon,” which includes a verse parody of Edgar Allan Poe. Thanks to editor Omar Willey. https://www.seattlestar.net/2020/08/the-rose-of-sharon/
The Saturday Evening Post, under “contemporary fiction” posted my story “Donny Clatterbuck,” about a boy who learns to juggle and faces a moment of truth. https://www.saturdayeveningpost.com/2020/08/donny-clatterbuck/
The Daily Drunk online magazine posted my flash fiction “A Brief Remark,” on a generic speech issued by the Bureau of Redundancy. https://thedailydrunk.com/f/a-brief-remark
Free Flash Fiction posted my flash “Jokesmith.” Comedy is hard. LINK to Jokesmith
The Zodiac Review edited by Daniel Van Tassel posted the Summer 2020 issue of flash fiction. Dr. Dolittle interviews a pit bull named “Bruiser.” thezodiacreview.com
My little box of “Raisins” is in the new book Flash Nonfiction Food: 91 Very Delicious, Very True, Very Short Stories, edited by Tom Hazuka and Kathryn Fitzpatrick. The paperback is published by Woodhall Press in Norwalk, CT, and is priced $18.95. Hazuka and others edited the 1992 book Flash Fiction.