…or is it a rap?
That was, hands down, the best writing I have seen in one of these workshops. Inspirational. I had to hold. myself. back. from. writing. gah.
I’m finishing up a few comments and then I’ll be hopping back into each story later today to see if there are any replies or questions. I suggest you revisit later today or tomorrow to see if any further comments appear.
If you have a piece you want to slip in before you leave, do so this afternoon and I’ll check it out later!
On an end note, I would like to thank everyone for their participation and commentary. Made the whole ride. Please let me know if you have any follow up questions or if any of these pieces land: email@example.com.
Jonathan Cardew’s writing appears or is forthcoming in Wigleaf, Cream City Review, Passages North, Superstition Review, JMWW, Smokelong Quarterly, People Holding, and others. He is the fiction editor for Connotation Press and contributing books reviewer for Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine. He’s been a finalist in the Best Small Fictions, the Wigleaf Top 50, the Bath Flash Fiction Award, and he won a travel toothbrush once at a boules competition in northern Brittany. Originally from the UK, he lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.