It’s the last day of the old year and the first week of the new year. If you are a regular reader of this magazine, you know what the first week of every month means. If you’re new to the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette, I’ll tell you what the first week of every month means. It means guest writers.
Martiny Erik will make his flash fiction debut this week. I think you are going to like his work.
I already know that you do or will like the work of Heather Kinnane, the talented erotic writer from Australia. What is so unique about Heather’s flash fiction is that she understands that a sex act is not a short story. She understands that a short story is about characterization, motivation, intentional description, relationship, narrative movement and much more. The sex is just part of the mix; which makes the sex that much hotter.
You’ll all be happy to know that I renewed my subscription to the online adult video site that specializes in women doing their first porn videos. It’s only a one month subscription ($30.00), but that should allow me to continue to report on the adult industry.
This Friday I’ll be going to karaoke at Del’s Bar and Italian Restaurant, unless the weather (winter) really gets bad, which means you can expect a new report soon on karaoke as performance art.
We will find out if the American political system will allow the economy to go off the so-called fiscal cliff and all kinds of good stuff in this first week of the new year.
Happy New Year!
This is the Old Soldier reporting from Pittsburgh.
Be sure to check the front page for the latest updates. The Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette is an online magazine of serious writing and brazen sexuality.
- Flash Fiction: Waking My Love by Heather Kinnane (pittsburghflashfictiongazette.com)
- Notes On How To Write Flash Fiction (pittsburghflashfictiongazette.com)
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