Vol. 7, Issue 3

Issue 7.3


Issue 7.3 will grab a hold of you.

This issue we’ve got papier-mâché-muskrat-making gators, troublesome eyebrows, and mirrors that don’t look back. This go-round is an especially international issue, with writers hailing from New Zealand, Ireland and the U.K. 

Our initial deadline for our Flash Felon contest has come and gone, but late submissions are accepted through our Procrastinator’s Special until Thursday, May 5th. Meanwhile, we’re under one month left until our Shadow Award poetry contest deadline, the first time we’ll be publishing poetry within these pages.

“Damned alligator bit off my hand.”

– The Editor


Alligators Aren’t Crocodiles

by Elizabeth Morton

The River

by Rebecca Harrison

Ziggy Stardust Ruined My Life

by Karl MacDermott


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