Better Late Than Never Jake Freivald
Who knew stories so short could take so long?
Jake here. After a hard drive crash, data loss, failed installations of a few content management systems, and a generally rotten few months, we have to get publishing again, even if we go a little, ahem, minimalist.
We have two new little gems for you: “The Birthday” by Mike McCormick, and “Beholder” by Sarah Grey. You can call the former Urban Fantasy if you like; the latter is all-too-near-future science fiction. There’s a Classic Flash by the impish Saki, too: “A Young Turkish Catastrophe in Two Scenes”.
If you like what you read, please leave a comment (they’re the next-best-thing to money for an author) and let your networks know. Enjoy!
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