As 2014 has been careening through its homestretch, our Flappers have been even more prolific than usual, getting their work published across the internet like there won’t be a 2015.
Jeff Laughlin shared some things he’s learned this year in “The Year I Didn’t Belong” over at Triad City Beat.
Mari Ness’ “Offgrid” popped up at Three-Lobed Burning Eye.
Dusty Wallace’s “Flight of the Lonely” went up at Acidic Fiction.
Samantha Eliot Stier’s “Plugs” was inserted into The Writing Disorder.
Juliet Cook & j/j hastain collaborated on “Clots Push Over the Edge” for the latest issue of Stirring.
Alison McBain’s playfully absurd “Nothing For Sale” was featured at Saturday Night Reader.
Ed Ahern left his “Aftertaste” at New Pop Lit.
Anna Lea Jancewicz’s poem “Black Robin” nested at Spry Lit.
Cassandra de Alba’s poem “Tyra Banks in the Arctic Circle” strutted the runway at Glitter Mob.
Mila Jaroniec joined drDOCTOR for their year-end podcast.
Emily O’Neill’s poem “Proof” was included in the latest edition of Sundog Lit.
Natalia Theodoridou’s “The Ravens’ Sister” perched itself at The Kenyon Review Online.
J.E. Reich wrote about embracing the changing Jewish family for The Jewish Daily Forward.
Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam’s “Sleepers” went up at Fantastic Stories of the Imagination.
Julie C. Day’s “Faerie Medicine,” which initially appeared in FLAPPERHOUSE #2, was reprinted by Luna Station Quarterly.