July 25, 2017

Hairy by Cat Cotsell | Flash Fiction | #thesideshow

My mother is not a bad woman. She is often very tired and stressed. She’s never cross unless she has a good reason to be, and […]
July 20, 2017

The Future Sounds Like a Chopper by Allen Jones | Flash Fiction | #thesideshow

You slip your hands into my feathered body like a surgeon who needs to sell my fluttering heart. Someone clips me in the head with the […]
July 15, 2017

Digging in the Woods by Nicholas Rys | Flash Fiction | #thesideshow

  Digging in the Woods     It’s hard to forget the afternoon in 7th grade when Shayna Lewis pulled out a bag of weed on […]
July 14, 2017

Seagulls as a Metaphor for Love by Lizzie Michael | Flash Fiction | #thesideshow

I want to open a food stand that serves seagulls smothered with orange sauce and call it Szechuan chicken. We eat pigeon, dove, and all various […]