Flash Fiction | May 19, 2016

Seven Degrees of Separation by Anne Lawrence Bradshaw

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Anne Lawrence Bradshaw lives and writes near Hadrian’s Wall in the North of England. She drinks too much tea and walks a lot. Tweet her @shrewdbanana

Flash Fiction | May 19, 2016

Prepared by Chris Ceravolo


Chris Ceravolo studies photography and creative writing at Drew University. Prior to Drew, he studied Architecture at Syracuse University and The Cooper Union. He was born and raised and lives in New Jersey.

Flash Fiction | May 19, 2016

Michael Hudson Presents Melanie Moore with a Non-Exhaustive, Yet Representative List of What She’s Done in the Last Year to Avoid Saying that Depression is Eating Her Libido by Colleen Kolba


Colleen Kolba is a writer from Chicago, IL. Currently, she is an MFA candidate at the University of South Florida where she studies fiction and comics. Her work has appeared in The Rumpus, Hobart, and [PANK]. You can find her at colleenkolba.tumblr.com and on Twitter @colleenkolba.

Flash Fiction | May 19, 2016

A Big Girl’s Guide to Love by Natalie Lima


Natalie Lima is a 2016 PEN Center USA Emerging Voices Fellow. She is a first-generation college graduate of Northwestern University and currently lives and writes in Los Angeles. “A Big Girl’s Guide to Love” is her first published work of fiction.

Flash Fiction | May 19, 2016

Kaleidoscope by Stefan Lutter


Stefan Lutter was born and raised in rural Upstate New York, where he still resides. This is his first published work.

Flash Fiction | May 19, 2016

Valentine Springs by Daniel Riddle Rodriguez

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Daniel Riddle Rodriguez’s real name is Daniel Riddle Rodriguez. He is a full-time student and father from San Lorenzo, California, where he lives with his son. Previous publications include Juked, Prairie Schooner, Gulf Stream Magazine, Fourteen Hills, and others. Winner of the 2015 CutBank Chapbook Contest, his book Low Village is forthcoming. He is thrilled to be here.

Flash Fiction | April 18, 2016

Then Go To Paris, I Say by Yasmina Din Madden


Yasmina Din Madden lives in Iowa and has published short stories, flash fiction, and nonfiction in Fiction Southeast, The Idaho Review, Carve, Revolver, and other journals. She was a finalist for the Raymond Carver Short Story Prize and received a Pushcart Prize Nomination for her story, “That Baby.”

Flash Fiction | April 18, 2016

Above Rubies by Dawn Davies


Dawn S. Davies has an MFA from Florida International University. Her essay collection, Mothers of Sparta, received the 2015 FIU UGS Provost Award for Best Creative Project. She was recently featured in the Ploughshares column, “The Best Short Story I Read in a Lit Mag This Week.” She had a notable essay in the Best American Essays 2015, and a Pushcart Prize special mention for nonfiction in 2015. Her work can be found in The Missouri Review, Fourth Genre, River Styx, Brain, Child, Ninth Letter, Green Mountains Review, Chautauqua and elsewhere. You can find her at dawnsdavies.com and on Twitter at @dawnlandia.

Flash Fiction | April 18, 2016

And The Wind Blew In Laura by Sarah Arantza Amador


Sarah Arantza Amador is a graduate of the Creative Writing BA program at UC Santa Cruz and is a former Ph.D. Candidate in Spanish and Latin American Literatures at NYU. She lives in the Santa Cruz Mountains with her dog Roscoe. You can find more examples of her flash fiction, scribbles, and oddities at cheapfruits.tumblr.com.

Flash Fiction | March 15, 2016

Voice by Aisha Phoenix

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Aisha Phoenix writes short stories and poetry. Her work has appeared in Litro USA online and the Oxonian Review of Books. She is currently studying MA Creative Writing at Birkbeck, University of London and she has a PhD in Sociology from Goldsmiths, University of London. She tweets as @FirebirdN4.