I was so excited to have my flash fiction "Hula" published in QUARTER AFTER EIGHT last spring, a prestigious print journal that has published luminaries like Brian Doyle, Aimee Bender, Jenny Boully, Michael Martone, Joy Castro, Alison Townsend, Virgil Suarez, and Brenda Hillman (that’s just the past few issues). Now they've posted my flash online, giving me the best of both worlds. a beautiful print publication and online access. Here's "Hula."
I was also excited to hear from the fiction writer Kathryn Kulpa (whose chapbook GIRLS ON FILM is wonderful) that she taught my microflash "A Murder of Crows" in her flash class. A first for me! CHEAP POP is a very cool online flash magazine where I've wanted to publish forever. I wrote "A Murder of Crows" in the novelist Cristina Garcia's workshop, after a generative exercise using fragments of poetry to shake loose images in the writer's unconscious. I really have no idea what it means. Here's "A Murder of Crows."
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