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Flash Fiction chosen by Grace Black of Three Line Thursday
“My Daughter’s Eyes” by Nancy Hightower via Sundog Lit
Stunning imagery in this almost sinister tale, the kind you read then read again. Well done.
“Time Collecting” by Anna Zumbro via Pidgeonholes Magazine
An intriguingly written, refreshingly relatable piece. 1.26 billion seconds and counting as I read this story.
“Red Line, 3 A.M. (Another Attempt at Being Missed in a City Too Large, Too Lonely)” by Diane Gillete via After the Pause
This is an exhibit in brevity where more remains in what is left unsaid. A wonderful cohesive piece that allows the thoughts to linger in your mind.
“XOXO” by Katherine Gehan via Third Point Press
This is what flash is all about. A complete story you read in a sitting that remains with you as if you’ve just read a novel. ‘Halfway there, my lungs are uncomfortably compressed and I can taste my agony,’ this line will linger and remain with me for some time to come.
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