Idle Ink, edited by J. L. Corbett, posted a new issue today. It includes “Vacation Cities,” three from the fictional travel series. You may be in lockdown, but you can visit Zingpow, Grogdram, and Falala. LINK
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“Bookhaven” is a town on a remote island where everyone reads all the time. From the Geosophical Cities series, the story appears in Issue Five of the online magazine Wellington Street Review. LINK
Two online publications today. The first is a short play, and the second is from the Geosophical Cities, which have appeared here and there for a few years.
Slippage Lit magazine posted my story “A Good Table,” where a crowded sidewalk café brings people together, whether they like it or not. LINK 1
Fat Cat magazine posted my story “Wassamotta,” where climate change comes to an arctic town built on permafrost. LINK 2
The spring issue of Lowestoft Chronicle is online today, from editor Nicholas Litchfield. It includes my story “McMaster,” on the fictional New York writer John McMaster and his “assistant.” LINK
The Wild Literary Magazine (online) posted my flash nonfiction “The Creek,” from an essay on childhood in North Syracuse, NY in the 1950s. LINK
Ellipsis Zine (online magazine) posted my flash fiction “Free Stuff.” Thanks to editor-manager Steve Campbell. Check out the sidewalk special. LINK
Ink Sweat & Tears, online magazine, posted my flash fiction “John.” A grocery store clerk with a gruesome scar gives me a hard time. LINK Ink Sweat & Tears
River Poets Journal, a paper magazine, includes my short story “The Exit Interview,” from the longer story Wesley Grubb tells about his girlfriend, her bicycle, and the animal rights group Voice of the Turtle. LINK River Poets
Turnpike Magazine, online, posted my flash fiction “Moieties,” a contemporary fable. LINK Turnpike
Detritus online magazine included my three short poems, “Fable,” “Safety Matches,” and “Travel.” See page 10. LINK
Nora Devereux returns . . . again! The Writing Disorder online magazine in Los Angeles published my short story “The Art Collective.” Nora discovers a co-op art gallery, submits some drawings, and reconsiders. LINK