The Airgonaut is an online literary journal of flash fiction started in 2015.
The journal is new, but the editors are experienced. We’re an Alanis song. We’re anonymous because all that matters is the work.
This is a flash fiction piece by Levi Andrew Noe called "Broken Wishbones" published by The Airgonaut in Nov. 2015.
Rift, the newest release from Robert Vaughan and Kathy Fish from Unknown Press is a co-authored collection of flash fiction. In this episode Kathy and Robert read several stories from their new novel. During the interview they discuss bringing the book to life, indie publishing, their writers' journey and give lots of great advice to new and aspiring writers.
Christopher D. DiCicco was born in Pennsylvania during the winter of 1981. He lives by a canal and writes fiction in his attic. His work has appeared in such places as Atticus Review, Superstition Review, WhiskeyPaper, Bartleby Snopes, and Gone Lawn.
Featuring 11 never-before-seen stories, So My Mother, She Lives in the Clouds propels DiCicco into the spotlight as the next major voice in indie fiction.
Hypertrophic Press is a small indie publisher based in Huntsville, Alabama. Their goal is to publish passion and pieces that make the reader feel something: elation, fear, desperation - whatever.