Flash Fiction

The Prophet | Alexander Weinstein

In this age of miracles and marvels, when the next life-changing technology is just a yearly rollout away, what happens when a Messiah appears to show a new path? Weinstein imagines this occurrence and humankind’s amusing, unsettling reactions. Don’t be surprised to catch a glimpse of yourself in this mirror!

Winter Oranges | Susan Chiavelli

Flash Fiction Writing Contest 25 (2009)
First Place

Our stories are time capsules that contain what is otherwise destined to vanish—the essence of ourselves, our time, and place. I have a keen interest in telling stories from the view points of girls and young women, who are often marginalized or silenced. It is the exploration of the unsaid that illuminates the emotional truth we seek in any age. — Susan Chiavelli

No Longer Strangers | Adrienne Pond

Flash Fiction Writing Contest 24 (2009)
First Place

My favorite writers are mavericks who can foreshadow a dare we must offer ourselves – to be better. They risk their lives, risk losing their jobs, risk losing love or have already been risked by someone else. Their words keep us from fleeing when all a morning may offer is cold stale fear of what next could crush the only edge left on a last dream. Writers are everyone’s witnesses, reminding that last dreams can mutate and multiply into anything. — Adrienne Pond

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