The prompt was was "Imaginary Friends." I didn't have any. I wrote about my grade school fantasy girl, who was blonde and was picked up by limousine from school every afternoon. She was offered a bowl of Jolly Rancher candies. She only ate Apple and... Continue Reading →
... published today in The Citron Review. TCR is considered among the Best of the Best in Flash Fiction. I am proud.
was the obvious shout over at The Citron Review, upon reading Alle C. Hall's short story submission, the soon-to-publish "Picking the Bones." Ms. Hall was informed by email that her piece, a brilliant depiction of bone-picking, was to publish "in the... Continue Reading →