In This Issue 2/2008
Pro Prose and New Names
Veteran Dave Hoing lets us see the “Souls of the Harvest.” We have two first-class first sales: “Apologies All Around” by Jeff Soesbe and “Masquerade at Well Country Camp” by Ann Pino. Our Classic Flash #3 is a science fiction story from 1962 — when communications were a little more primitive. And Bruce Holland Rogers discusses deadlines, genres, and the state of writing. Read more
Flash 2/2008, #1: Dave Hoing
Souls of the Harvest
Flash 2/2008, #2: Jeff Soesbe
Apologies All Around
Winston Sinclair hoped it wasn’t one of those sales bots. They were danged near impossible to get rid of. He picked up Rachel and raised the viewport she had used. The robot was three feet tall, grey, squat, plain-looking.
Classic Flash #3: E. M. Clinton
It was written at a time when communication required much more effort, and this story is, as a result, a little bit difficult to read. Be prepared. But it pulled me along, and I hope it does you as well. Enjoy! — Ed.
Flash 2/2008, #3: Ann Pino
Masquerade at Well Country Camp
A few cots over, Olive is coughing. Anyone would, with every window open and the dust blowing in. I wonder how much the doctors really know about our ailment. Dust makes us cough more, but still the windows must be kept open. Read more: HTML PDF
For Readers: Bruce Holland Rogers
An Interview with Bruce Holland Rogers
Though he bases himself in Eugene, Oregon, we caught up with him in London, where he’s living until July, 2008. Read more: HTML