That’s my attitude toward flash fiction writers: each one is an artist.
Now some are mediocre artists and some are talented artists. Every flash fiction writer that is published in the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette is a talented artist. And they are great entertainers, too.
The Death And Rebirth Of Karaoke
Hardly anyone showed up (again) for karaoke at Del’s in Bloomfield (Little Italy) last night.
I think it’s time for the Old Soldier to make a change. Even though I have a lot of history invested in Del’s, I’m going to start going to Nico’s for karaoke.
Nico’s is also in Little Italy and has been voted the best karaoke bar in the city several years by The City Paper, a local weeklie that focuses on local politics and culture.
Del’s has karaoke on Friday nights. Nico’s has karaoke on Saturday nights.
I’ll be at Nico’s tonight.
This blog focuses on flash fiction and female sexuality. It is published near the University of Pittsburgh.
- Good Dialogue And The Flash Fiction Story (pittsburghflashfictiongazette.com)
- The Anna Bayes Flash Interview (pittsburghflashfictiongazette.com)
- Thoughts On The Future Of Flash Fiction Erotica (pittsburghflashfictiongazette.com)
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