Retreat - Cedar Valley

Dear Esther

Hi everyone! This one is a CNF about somebody I never knew. I've been kicking it around for a while--actually started it in a Bending Genres epistolary weekend workshop. It's over the word count--640 words. Only if you have the time (or interest).   Dear Esther,...

Conversation with Francine Witte

by Swetha Amit SW: RADIO WATER is a beautiful collection of flash stories dealing with poignant themes. What inspired this selection, and how did you put it all together? FW: I published a book last year, Just Outside the Tunnel of Love, and found that there were...

Spiderweb Lungs

She was rolling a cigarette when I found her, licking the ivory paper, spitting pith onto the earth, her pepper hair stringy over her eyes in a desiccated waterfall, dryer lint rolled in balls on her shirt, dandruff flakes dusting her shoulders, one leg bobbing cross-legged over the other in a particular rhythm.

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