Tag: short short

Interview with Carib Guerra

Read: “La Goma” and “El Paso” and look for more on Carib Guerra’s tumblr Natasha Stagg: How long have you been writing? Carib Guerra: I dropped out of school in the 7th grade.  My mother allowed this with the requirement that I continue reading a great deal of books, and also writing responses to the

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Interview with Mark Budman

Mark Budman‘s work can be found on his website, The Virginia Quarterly Review, Blip, and Pank Magazine, to name a few places. Natasha Stagg: How long have you been writing? Mark Budman: Since I learned the alphabet. NS: Do you write every day? MB: Yes, just about. NS: What are your thoughts on “writing on

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Interview with Charlie Hanline

Natasha Stagg: How long have you been writing? Charlie Hanline: Approximately ten years NS: Do you write every day? CH: No, but then I feel guilty NS: What are your thoughts on writing? CH: Writing lets you live vicariously those elements that you are unable to experience directly. Writing makes you be more in tune

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Short Short Fiction by Kulpreet Yadav

Kulpreet Yadav is an Indian novelist and a short story writer, who aspires to meet the people from the past who made this world. http://www.anindianfiction.blogspot.com http://www.indian-wine.blogspot.com http://www.words-in-pictures.blogspot.com/ Can I kill you Again, Mr. Hitler? It’s funny; weird actually. When I close my eyes, I am with Hitler. But when I open, he is gone. So,

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Hint Fiction by Charlie Hanline

Charlie Hanline received his bachelor’s degree in 1972 from Findlay University in Ohio, majoring in Political Science. He was employed at the Pueblo County Department of Social Services for over twenty-five years before he quit to write fulltime. Luckily, he received a pension from work and has a mostly understanding wife. His novel entry, Sarafina,

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