These past few weeks, our Flappers have been killing it all over the web with their literary weaponry:
Natalia Theodoridou’s fantastic short story “The Eleven Holy Numbers of the Mechanical Soul” was posted at Clarkesworld.
Nerve published J.E. Reich’s autobiographical essay “I Filmed a Sex Scene Before the Reddit Era.”
Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam’s poem “Kites” appeared in the “Summer Is Dead” issue of Goblin Fruit.
Joseph Tomaras spoke with Nick Mamatas about Joseph’s story “Thirty-Eight Observations on the Nature of the Self,” which is featured in the Phantasm Japan anthology.
Jeff Laughlin mused about sports on the radio for Triad City Beat.
Rebecca Ann Jordan spooked readers with her horror story “Collection” at Fiction Vortex.
Gigantic Sequins added Emily O’Neill’s poem “de Los Muertos” to their online archives.
Julie C. Day’s story “Ghost Bubbles” popped up at Bartleby Snopes.
J. Bradley recorded a reading of “A Love Poem as Written by Robert Rodriguez,” included in the first issue of Profane.