Short Story Sunday

These are the stories that have stayed with me this week:

Mother’s obake shivers under your bed by Melissa Llanes Brown in Lost Balloon

How to return by Jennifer Riddalls in Reflex

The Making of the Ink: the first mark by Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou in Ellipsis zine

How to donate old prom dresses to the high school drama department by Cathy Cruise in MonkeyBicycle

All he could do was hold his hand by David Luntz in Reflex

Make sure by Christy Tending in Trampset

Nomad by Vincent Anioke in Flash Frog

Short Story Sunday

These are the stories that have stayed with me this week:

The important fact by Veronica Montes in Sundial Magazine

Runt by Patricia Q. Bidar in Switch Online

Anatomy of three instructions by Harsimran Kaur in JMWW

Enlightened by Roya Khatiblou in Reflex

Manifest by Sarah Fawn Montgomery in Monkeybicycle

Calculus for the aging consumer by Lois Ruskai Melina in Jellyfish Review

The deaths of the Great Lakes by Jeffrey Hermann in OkayDonkey

Cigarette tag by Rina Palumbo in Milk Candy Review

Short Story Sunday

These are the stories that have stayed with me this week:

I ran three miles for my boyfriend but he says no you didn’t by Anju Sharma in Forge lit

The perfect concave strip of skin below my ribs by Kinneson Lalor in Reflex

We worry for cats by Eric Scott Tyron in Milk Candy Review

Betty by Didi Wood in OkayDonkey

Worship what keeps you alive by Chelsea Stickle in Cheap Pop

The dunking pool by Darlene Eliot in Lost Balloon

My aunt likes to tell the story by Kathryn Phelan in Reflex

Maraschino by Zoe Contros Kearl in Trampset

More than an acquired taste by Shareen K. Murayama in Flash Frog

Even at the quiz bowl championships I can’t stop thinking of us by Lauren Kardos in (mac) ro (mic)

Short Story Sunday

These are the stories that have stayed with me this week:

The mouthfeel of another accent by Nod Ghosh in Fictive Dream

The hunted year by Sara Siddiqui Chansarkar in Flash Frog

How to prepare supper for an absent lover by Julia Ruth Smith in Micro Madnesshttps://saaganthology.com/Two-Stories

3 fictions by Jane Liddle in Always Crashing

Cold fire by Nabarun Bhattacharya translated by Arunava Sinha in SAAG Anthology

The herbarium by Gabrielle Griffis in Cheap Pop

Furrow by Joanna Will in Reflex

Short Story Sunday

These are the stories that have stayed with me this week:

Superposition by Josh Denslow in OkayDonkey

Writing for television by Deborah Appleton in Reflex

Goldilocks has a bash at Wordle the morning after the night before by Martha Lane in Friday Flash Fiction

We think this house has mice in the attic by Rick White in Reflex

Tuck by Kate Crosby in Pithead Chapel

Redemption of the slot machine by Mercedes Emmons in Olit

Reheated rice by Priscilla Santa Rosa in Olit