Holy Smoke! Our Flappers have been mighty prolific outside the Flapperhouse these past few weeks…
Joseph Tomaras’ sci-fi surveillance state story “Bonfires in Anacostia” appeared in the August issue of Clarkesworld.
At Split Rock Review, Emily O’Neill has a poem partly inspired by the fantastic show Supernatural titled “Disguises for the Waxing Moon.”
Aoibheann McCann’s “Premium Line” ran in issue 2 of The Incubator.
The cannibal-themed anthology edited by Dusty Wallace, “People Eating People,” is now for sale.
Mila Jaroniec’s “Desperate Strangers” was posted at Luna Luna.
Rebecca Ann Jordan’s “Gospel Of” was published in Infinite Science Fiction One.
Jeff Laughlin wrote on the loneliness of tennis in covering the Winston-Salem Open for Triad City Beat.
J.E. Reich wrote about how “We Never Notice Our Own Addictions” over at Medium.
Tom Stephan posted a sort of psychic detective tale, “Never Anything Useful,” on Jux.com.
Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam’s “Tea With the Titans” appeared on NewMyths.com.