Third-place winner of our second annual flash fiction contest, this piece brings us to a horrific future and explores the dehumanization of workers. Rebellion by JP Relph The water is oily, always tepid, metallic. It batters my stubbled head, scours my face.I long to rip my scalp like a satsuma, dig fingers hard into my
Second place winner of our second annual flash fiction contest, Cook’s piece introduces a speculative world to explore identity in our own. Choosing a New Face by Georgia Cook On my twelfth birthday, my father brought me into his workshop to choose a new face. The face I had worn for most of my childhood
First-place winner of our second annual flash fiction contest, this piece will take you to a strange, yet familiar world. It won our hearts by plunging into some of the most unique Absurdist writing we have seen. The Things You Will See by Rhonda Eikamp Everyone in my neighborhood is a private detective. It happens.
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