I worry about so many things, ninety percent of which I will not discuss with my son, no matter how articulate and knowledgeable he is.
Congratulations to Kristen Ploetz, whose story “LifeColor Indoor Latex Paints® — Whites and Reds (R)” in jmww was chosen to appear in Best Microfiction 2019!
We’re thrilled that Thea Boodhoo’s story in jmww, “Surface Tension,” received an honorable mention in the New Millennium Writing Awards.
Readers are given both the realistic and the strange, quirkiness and wisdom, as Flick secures her position as master of the short and the short short story.
He’s ruining the house a piece at the time, and I’m not sure what he expects to happen when he’s finished.
She didn’t understand the system. She only knew there was one.
“Look,” I said, yanking the blinds open. “Aliens.”
On weekends we drove to our town’s hidden creases: the parking lot behind the middle school to smoke pot, a house party for a college we didn’t attend.
Fish is skilled at using small twists to make every story its own micro-masterpiece.
No one talks about what Nana keeps in the basement.