Waiting impatiently for issue 77 of the print journal SONORA REVIEW, which I expected last summer, and which announced about a month ago that they'd finally be out in 3 weeks. Love my LUNATICS' BALL flash "Charcot's Monkey" that will be included, and I'm eager to see the cover.
And I just read proofs for the National Flash Fiction Day 2021 anthology, which won't be out until June. The cover and title reveal will be sooner. They sent a draft .pdf of the entire anthology, and I love all of the flash, several by friends, many others by writers I know and admire. Instead of a launch party, they're posting youtube videos of authors reading their flash. I did one of "Spelling Lachlan" (that is Steve was the cameraman). We used flash and it's too brightly lit (aging me ten years, I'm afraid), but I enjoyed reading "Spelling Lachlan."