February 19, 2017
Chance Dibben

TIMES HE REALIZES HE IS A ROBOT BUT IS THEN PROGRAMMED TO FORGET by Chance Dibben | flash fiction | #thesideshow

As a boy, he loves to skateboard. Attempting to do an ollie with a few older kids, he is tripped and knocks his head off. Lying […]
February 18, 2017

Space Loops by Amber Theobald | micropoetry/erasure | #thesideshow

February 17, 2017

Geese Teeth by John Adkins | flash fiction | #thesideshow

Hi, I’m Margaret. This is my story. My brother’s best friend’s brother needed an able assistant to help move a heavy chair. His greenwalled apartment was […]
February 16, 2017

Millennials by Ali Beemsterboer | flash fiction | #thesideshow

Mostly I remember the hills. I remember wondering what made them hills and not mountains or mounds. These are the hills, they said, we don’t go […]
February 15, 2017
Gay Degani

Juice Pips by Gay Degani | flash fiction | #thesideshow

The illegitimate children of O.J. Simpson arrive at Nica’s modest bungalow on Saturday evening for cocktails and heavy hors d’oeuvres.  She decided to put on this […]
February 14, 2017

Love Stories by April Vázquez | flash fiction | #thesideshow

  Words There was once a girl who fell hopelessly, head-over-heels in love with words. She loved every word she came across: small, fat, charged ones; […]
February 13, 2017

Micropoetry by Yessica Klein | #thesideshow

About the Author: Yessica Klein, 27, writer and artist currently based in Liverpool, UK. She holds a MA in Creative Writing from Kingston University (London) and […]
February 13, 2017
Eric Cline

Gay-Man #11: Love Is Love | Eric Cline | Weekly Column

I’ve put off writing this column as a result of procrastination rephrased as preparation. My usual routine is to decide on a topic to write about […]
February 12, 2017

The Michael Vlatkovich Quartet (4 Tunes / One Playlist) by Devon Balwit | poetry | #thesideshow

About the Author: Devon Balwit is a poet and educator from Portland, Oregon. She has a chapbook, Forms Most Marvelous, forthcoming from dancing girl press (summer […]
February 12, 2017
Sara Khayat F2O LitStyle: ¶: unspeakable poems by Sara Khayat

F2O LitStyle: ¶: unspeakable poems by Sara Khayat

Sara Khayat Unspeakable Poems Paper Plane Pilot Publishing, 2016 Reviewed by Kendall A. Bell In a growing landscape where more modern poets have taken to short […]
February 11, 2017
Kim D. Bailey,

Breaking the Legacy of Silence #30 Nevertheless, WE PERSIST | Kim D. Bailey

My first husband’s mom, Ellen Lee, gave me some salient advice after her son smashed my heart into smithereens when I was the tender age of […]
February 11, 2017

Magic by Francine Witte | flash fiction | #thesideshow

One day I found out that magic isn’t real.  The rabbit was already in the hat.  The lady’s legs were scrunched up in the box.  Since, […]