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A microfiction blast from the past: “August at the Fair” was named a Top 3 in Micro Fiction by Paul McVeigh for his Hawthorne Citation…back in 2012.

I just realized this is the second time I have been listed alongside one of my favorite writers, Bruce Holland Rogers. The first time? We were finalists for the The Micro Award with “Aglaglagl” and “Revisions.”

Thanks for the mention, Mr. P. McVeigh! You may never happen upon my name again, but once upon a time you did and you just might again.

~ N

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Discovering something late is better than never discovering it at all, I suppose, as long as it’s kudos stashed away on the internet and not a rotting pastel egg a niece or nephew never found—or didn’t find on purpose—when you packed 43 bodies into your home for the family Easter brunch.

My discovery, thankfully, is of the kudos variety: “August at the Fair” was named as a Top 3 Micro Fiction finalist by Paul McVeigh for his Hawthorne Citation…back in 2012. This is the second time I appear alongside a favorite author, Bruce Holland Rogers. The first time was for the The Micro Award with “Revisions.”

Thanks for the mention, Mr. P. McVeigh! You may never happen upon my name again, but once upon a time you did and you just might again. So, I will keep writing in a way that would make you proud of mentioning a little-known writer back in 2012, in the event you do happen upon me again. ~ N

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A Dog and Its Bone

a story about a home invasion debacle involving a Balisong knife, a bottle of Crown, an Old English sheepdog, and one man’s very tall tale

“Their coffee was cold and the room hot, but they hunkered over their cups nevertheless. Mickey scanned the bodies, tables and chairs pressed upon one another by the four brick walls. A brunette in the corner placed her cup on a saucer, looked up from her paper. She lifted her chin at Mickey, trapped his gaze. Mickey looked away and whispered to Christophe, “The details?”…Mickey looked back at the brunette. She had a ring. That’d be a challenge. But, they were feistier with rings on their fingers and never followed you around afterwards…”   <<read more>>

~ November 2011 Issue of Hobo Pancakes: A Humor Journal

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look for new Flash, Micro Fiction and Poetry to show up online, in print and in some other not-so-normal places over the next few months

The Safety Pin Review

find it online

hear it on Centerpiece, WECI 91.5fm

see it “attached (via safety pins) to…operatives—a collective network of punks, thieves and anarchists—who wear it everywhere they go for a week

Eclectic Flash

The Battered Suitcase, Vagabondage Press

Frightmares Flash Fiction Anthology, Dark Moon Books 

Microstory A Week 

Grey Sparrow Journal

Six Minute Magazine

Short Stories, Vol. I, eChook Digital Publishing

Gargoyle Magazine

and others

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Columbia Art League of Missouri will hold an art show inspired by the stories of Hint Fiction (in which “View from a ’77 Chevy Scottsdale” appears)
 
show: August 23 through October 1, 2011
         
opening reception: September 1, 2011
     
more details <<here>>

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