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Flash Fiction chosen by Jim Landwehr
This had all the elements of a routine bar-fly pick-up/hook up scenario. Until the wild ending.
This one is all over the map and that is why I absolutely love it—the way it ambles in and out of consciousness. Maybe not for everyone, but I can’t get enough of it.
This captures a boy’s feelings of inadequacy around his father quite succinctly. I love the shocking finality of the last sentence.
I liked the dialog play between the husband and wife in this story. That and the description, ‘The plane was a two-seater, like a john boat on the water and the wind an angry ocean.’ Perfection.