Vol. 8, Issue 3

Issue 8.3 will do some weird things to your head.

This time around we’ve got a language told in bee stings, post-apocalyptic coitus, and an old guy in the closet who likes to set hair on fire.

Our Shadow Award poetry contest is in full swing, with a little over a month left until our deadline. Three poems per submission, so get cracking. And we’ve just opened our next quarterly flash fiction contest. Push the limits of imagination in Flash Worlds. Top 10 from both contests will be featured in our third-annual Prize Winners Anthology print issue, due out this fall. 

“That gum you like is going to come back in style.”

– The Editor


by Mark Cassidy

School Buses

by Mary Renzi

Clean Water

by Lesley C. Weston

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