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Anne Weisgerber · 1d ago

My First AWP Experience: Sessions, Friends, Readings! | 8-11 February 2017

AWP 2017 Washington, DC: Some photos from Hot Pillow III, Fightin' Words, Fast Flash Reunion, Word Tango Meetup, and Cold Dark Flash
Anne Weisgerber · 3d ago

FLAPPERHOUSE Reading #14, in Pictures

Originally posted on FLAPPERHOUSE: An ocean of thank-yous to everyone who helped make last night’s reading more fun than a mosh pit at an anarchist pep rally: Gregory, Lisa Marie, Michael, A...
Anne Weisgerber · 5d ago

Eight | Jellyfish Review: Kill People | 21 March 2017

And someone’s hollering at me “Get down! Get down!” and two seconds later “Take the shot! Take the shot!” Respawn.
Anne Weisgerber · 5d ago

Review: The Expanse Between by Lee Krecklow | Change Seven Magazine |21 March 2017

Krecklow’s protagonist in The Expanse Between learns the hard way that characters, like people, are big animals beyond his control.
Anne Weisgerber · 6d ago

Picnic | Flapperhouse #13 | 20 March 2017

Uncle Shay kept those legs lined up in his and Aunt Ruth’s kitchen, as conversation starters and closers.
Anne Weisgerber · 1w ago

Ringer | To Carry Her Home: Bath Flash Fiction Volume 1 | 10 March 2017

We who loved him hard read cards on the flowers, then contemplated his repose with wonder.
Anne Weisgerber · 1M ago

Feast | Thief Issue 3 | 19 February 2017

The bacteria will have surprised each and all, like a rattler launching itself from a sack of found money in the desert.
Anne Weisgerber · 1M ago

South Congress | Structo | 18 February 2017

The caddy moved forward, gave a little rattle when Earl backed off the gas pedal.
Anne Weisgerber · 1M ago

Today’s Workshop Leader | True | 15 February 2017

“It’s like,” now palms facing in prayer and moving forward and backward, “if you are the true center of a sad onion, how can you not cry?”
Anne Weisgerber · 1M ago

Review | Midway Journal: Winter 2017 | The Review Review | 13 February 2017

If there is a common editorial thread in Midway’s Volume 11 Issue 1, it may be a playful editorial preference for bed-hopping between words and images. The prose is rich with imagery, and th...