In This Issue: Jake Freivald
April promises to be plenty foolish; until then, enjoy! Read more: HTML
Flash 3/2011, #1: Iris Macor
Deconstructing the Nihilist
“Everything,” he said. He touched his tongue to his lip, all his focus flowing to a point, and he snipped a near-perfect circle out of the picture.
“What did you do that for?” The picture had been taken by my father when we all went skiing two months before. He’d told me ... Read more: HTML
Technically Speaking #3: Bruce Holland Rogers
Naming the Baby: Titles (Part II)...
Enough theory. What a writer lacking a title can really use is some Things to Try. Here are a few.
1. Look at your bookshelf. What are the patterns of the titles you see there? Read more: HTML
Flash 3/2011, #2: Peter Fisk
For a moment Sir Charles considered running out of the house and then down the road to the church to fetch Father Berlioz — but... Read more: HTML
Flash 3/2011, #3: T D Edge
The Whole Of The Brush
“Hello, Paul,” he said, “what’s the problem this time?”
I blushed at this but he was smiling so I sat on a three-legged stool next to his bench and said, “Julie wants a divorce.”
“You’ll have to talk while I work,” he said, nodding at the white-painted board perched on the easel before him. Read more: HTML
Classic Flash #48: Punch, September 23, 1914
“Well,” said Ursula, “let’s make a beginning.” She produced a silver pencil and some celluloid tablets that are supposed to look like ivory. “What first?” she asked, frowning.
I reflected. “Clearly the superfluities ought to go first....” Read more: HTML