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Since it’s been awhile (okay, a long while), we have lots and lots of newsy bits to cover, and a fair amount of Word Riot Author News. Let’s get right to it.
Mel Bosworth, whose short story “Sunderland, Massachusetts” appeared here February 2012, has a new site reviewing small press titles, appropriately called The Small Press Book Review.
Oblong Magazine has recently featured the work of WR Fiction Editor Kevin O’Cuinn, with his story “Telescopia” in Issue II. Past Word Rioters Len Kuntz
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As the girl snored into the boy’s back, the bellies of clouds swelled, then slopped snow onto the region in angry bucketfuls, tearing limbs from trees and heads from telephone poles. In an electric flash and pop, everything went dark.
In the morning the sky’s face was perfect blue, wearing no trace of the black maw that had raged the night before. The streets, however, had collapsed like lungs. Trees, poles, and wires leaned, slumped, or dangled on either side of every thoroughfare. From behind the windshield of his green Taurus, the boy and the girl watched Subarus and
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