In this week’s community, we feature works by Paul Beckman and Leigh Fisher.
Title: Sunday Brunch at the Olympic Diner
First Line(s): Sunday’s line for breakfast at the Olympic Diner was a block and a half long instead of the usual block.
First Line(s): I’m Momma just before she’s ready to go out.
Genre: Flash Fiction
Publication Date: April 6, 2018
Journal: Bending Genres – https://bendinggenres.com/submissions/
Leigh Fisher is from New Jersey and works as a help desk technician by day, but she is a writer around the clock. She is tackling graduate school applications, eager to study literature. She has been published in Five 2 One Magazine, The Missing Slate, Heater Magazine, and Referential Magazine.
Author’s Website: https://medium.com/@sleeplessauthor
Title: The Will (pg. 43)
A light to illuminate the dark
A tiny beacon of hope,
Publication Date: December 1, 2016
Journal: Rain, Party, and Disaster Society – https://rpdsociety.submittable.com/submit
There’s a small, quiet person
Hanging in the doorway
Publication Date: January 19, 2017
Journal: Vending Machine Press – https://vendingmachinepress.com/submissions/
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