DIANE FRANK: The Most Beautiful Shot In The World

Flash Fiction by Diane Frank                                Tennis BalletIn my fantasy, they aren’t wearing shirts. It’s later in the afternoon, cooler, and the light is pushing toward rose pink. The Russian Dancer and the Postman volley a tennis ball. They are playing just for me. They shake hands, spin the racket. The Russian getsContinue reading “DIANE FRANK: The Most Beautiful Shot In The World”


Flash Fiction by Stuart Watson  A Buzzing in Her EarTwo weeks before Christmas is no time for a fly to show up. I was reading, enjoying the shitty life of the writer’s imagination, when this fly divebombs my ear. My right ear, if you care. I called Big Bad Brad. He’s the only exterminator inContinue reading “STUART WATSON: The Fly”


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