Monthly Archives: May 2014

Three flash fictions, by Timothy Gager

Best Fiends All the appa­ra­tus at the play­ground was bro­ken. There was rust­ed slides, hang­ing chains with­out swings, and dis­as­sem­bled mon­key bars that looked like cru­ci­fix­es with­out a Christ. We rolled out of the sandbox—after we’d shot all the sand … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Leonard, essay by Brannon Miller

In my mother’s roman­tic his­to­ry, between the book­ends of her divorce from my father when I was two and her mar­riage to my step­fa­ther when I was sev­en, there was Leonard. I remem­ber Leonard being tall, with sinewy mus­cles stretched … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Reasons Fried Chicken and Coffee Hasn't Updated Recently

1. Why do you care? 2. If you care/d, maybe you could have, I don't know, sent me a mes­sage and asked me whas­sup. Some of you did, to your ever­last­ing cred­it. 3. A cow some­where died and I was dev­as­tat­ed, … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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