Hospital by Edith Zimmerman
Free AWESOME flash fiction, edited by Kim Chinquee, at The Mississippi Review Online
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Starting Monday, December 28th, I’ll be posting a new, unpublished flash fiction piece each week.
Wish me luck.
My very short story “Stain” has been accepted for publication in A cappella Zoo.
It’s a publication I only recently learned about, and I think they’re definitely worth checking out. Order a copy of their recent issue, if you can.
A cappella Zoo (ISSN: 1945-7480) is a print journal & ezine of magical realist & experimental writing from around the world. We’re interested in shaking up traditional ideas and assumptions about truth and art, whether to challenge our intellects or just to play, but always to contribute to the on-going universal discussion on humanity.