Dodging Rainbows

Issue 4 Please remain calm. Summer begins. Travel and outdoors. We get the drift. In addition to the beach towels, shorts and thirst for frozen drinks, we urge you to pack this edition in your luggage as well; we too, are leaving the planet for parts unknown. Cookies and milk are in the refrigerator, the hard stuff on … Continue reading

Dodging Rainbows

Issue 3 Please remain calm. Our gender free smileys are hellbent on dodging rainbows, because rainbows, like good politicians, only appear on dire days long after the damage is done, singing a familiar song: ‘everything’s gonna be alright.’ Rainbows can’t be trusted.  You, on the other hand, can trust us to hit you with the whole nine yards. This, the 3rd Issue, is a rotten scoundrels expedition, led … Continue reading

Smoke Signals

Flash Fiction. Is short. Industry gate-keepers coalesce around 500 words. Beyond that, is motion blur. In China, long ago, it flourished as ‘the smoke long‘ story, done when your cigarette is. Of course, cigarettes were much shorter back then. There’s no need to ‘light up’ now, this will all be over in a flash. Irish … Continue reading

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