Circular 2/1/20

PROSE From Cajun Mutt Press: Little Hymn In One Part by Mike James. "Once, he found a perfectly good leather dog leash re-used to wrangle passing clouds." (James, Little Hymn In One Part) ♦ From Every Day Fiction: Marathon Girl by Tim Boiteau. "Water station nine. Hydration, raisins, and knives, knives, knives. Knives for slashing,… Continue reading Circular 2/1/20

A Consideration of Wenclas’ Vodka Friday Night (2019)

Kirk Fannin was the dangerous one– yet for a moment Stacey Shemke was the aggressor. (Wenclas, Vodka Friday Night) §.00 Karl Wenclas' short fiction Vodka Friday Night was the first incarnation of what the author has described as the '3D Story,' a self-conscious attempt to generate a new, vitalistic literary model. §.01 The plot—sharp as a razor—revolves… Continue reading A Consideration of Wenclas’ Vodka Friday Night (2019)

Fiction Circular 10/5/18

With October underway, Halloween swift encroaches --- which means a bevvy of horror fiction will be cropping up as a prelude to Samhain festival and fantasy. INDEPENDENT AUTHORS --- SELF PUBLISHED WORK First up from circular regular, The Dark Netizen, a serialization of microfictions culminating in the unnerving and surreal short, Uninvited Guest 2. Here… Continue reading Fiction Circular 10/5/18

Fiction Circular 9/28/18

INDEPENDENT AUTHORS - SELF PUBLISHED WORK First up, from Miles To Go Before I Sleep... is the micro, Venom!? by Ramya Tantry. If a person can be Flash if struck by a lightning or a Spiderman if bitten by a radioactive spider. Then looking at snakes on display, she wondered. What will a person become if… Continue reading Fiction Circular 9/28/18

Writing Prompts 9/13/18 – Resolve

#1 He knew the killer was coming for him. Was only a matter of time. Yet, nothing would shake his desire to see the maniac brought to justice. #2 The men, bestially masked and robed, gathered round and took their prisoners fingers, one by one; wearing him down with every sicking snip. "Where is she?" No… Continue reading Writing Prompts 9/13/18 – Resolve

Logos Circular 5/19/2017

The Logos Club here presents a brief list of links to some of this weeks most enlightening, amusing and incisive pieces of writing from all across the web. First up is How To Make It As A Left-Wing Polemicist which comes to us from the talented Hubert Collins of Social Matter. The piece is a ironic,… Continue reading Logos Circular 5/19/2017