All my life, everything had happened with the beginning wrapped in the shroud of its own end.
I felt hemmed in by prose and by the apparent obligation of things like syntax and punctuation to make sense of things, to construct hierarchies of thought and utterances.
Ursula Le Guin on art, storytelling, and language’s power to transform and redeem The library card, your constant friend An interview with Mary Gaitskill Margaret Atwood and the legacy of […]
We are honored to nominate the following authors/stories for this year’s Pushcart Prize and Best Microfictions!
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The life cycle of a library book Six powerful books by disabled authors What happens when a Russian experiment to clone elite ballerinos goes awry? A story by Diane Cook […]
For me, typically, story ideas are like rainbow trout: elusive, finicky, difficult to find and even harder to bring in once you’ve found them.
We’re please to welcome to our Flash Fiction team Briana Wingate and Laura Huey Chamberlain!
We’re excited to introduce CarlaJean Valluzzi,Jessica Lynn Dotson, and Fitz Fitzgerald to jmww as our new poetry editors
This was the difference for a mother, every goddamn thing reminded you of your children.