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Flash in December: And indeed there will be time

Where to read, hear, and meet your favorite Flash Flash Click contributors:

Read contributor Wendy Fontaine’s personal essay “The Most Wonderful Time,” at Windmill, the literary magazine at Hofstra University.

Editor Siel Ju’s novel-in-stories, Cake Time, is now available for pre-order.

Read contributor Anna Scotti’s poem “Esposito & Son” in The New Yorker.

Enjoy reading contributor Mary Rechner’s excerpt of her novel in progress at Harvard Review Online.

Contributor Elizabeth Ellen has a new poem up about the election at Hobart.

Contributor D. A. Hosek has poems in the November issues of two Australian Journals; “Snowman Tracks” is in Meniscus and “Chicago Sonnet #5” is in Westerly.

Enjoy contributor Michelle Ross’s stories — “What We Expect to See” at Paper Darts and “Accomplice or Hostage” in Jellyfish Review. Michelle received three Pushcart Prize nominations this year from Jellyfish Review, Arroyo Literary Review, and Moon City Review

Look for Yennie Cheung’s flash piece “The Unruly Mob” in The Rattling Wall/PEN Center’s post-election anthology, Only Light Can Do That.

Don’t miss the next Roar Shack reading 12/11 in Los Angeles. Contributor David Rocklin hosts.

Contributor Wendy C. Ortiz’s book tour for her third book, Bruja, continues! Catch her on her book tour; many dates and locations are below.

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