TWO FLASHES

fiction by Daniel Uncapher Construction Paper Three nights ago I dreamed about construction paper, and when I woke up I discovered a ream of it under my bed. I tore off the cellophane wrapping and fingered the rough, colorful pages. The smell was just like I remembered it from kindergarten. I called Terra into the … Continue reading TWO FLASHES

1983

Fiction by Jeffrey Condran [from the archive: this piece first appeared in print in Big Muddy 17.1. "1983" is included in Jeffrey Condran's new story collection, Claire, Wading Into the Danube By Night, which is now available from Southeast Missouri State University Press. You can buy a copy, here!] Directly after the school bus dropped … Continue reading 1983

THE INSOMNIAC TRAVELER’S GUIDE TO THE LOST PYRAMIDS OF QUARTZSITE, ARIZONA

Fiction by Spencer Fleury The thing is—and this will come as a disappointment for you, but it wouldn’t be sporting to leave you in suspense—there are no pyramids in Quartzsite, Arizona. Forget what the bartender told you. They don’t exist. And neither do the camels, though this will not come as such a blow. You … Continue reading THE INSOMNIAC TRAVELER’S GUIDE TO THE LOST PYRAMIDS OF QUARTZSITE, ARIZONA