reading, but . . .
got a new episode of TFL on Tape . . . David reads Julie
Haase's flash fiction, "An Uninvited Upgrade."
Listen here: TFLonTape.
the winners are . . . Thanks
to everyone who submitted. The winners of the 2022 First
and Last Line contest are here.
fall issue is now available . . .
Find out what we did with all those bodies:
23, Iss. 3:
"What should we do with the body?"
here . . . The summer
issue is available:
23, Iss. 2:
Lena was raised on violin lessons and minimal parental supervision.
here . . .
You can order a copy here:
23, Iss. 1:
Darryl slid three quarters into the vending machine and
weighed his options.
have Publish or Perish T-shirts: Click here
to view and order.
2021 Last Line: Check
out the last line for 2021. Don't forget to submit.
still got copies of the 2020 issues:
22, Iss. 1:
Ravi had just worked a double shift and was having trouble
keeping his eyes open.
22, Iss. 2:
The door was locked.
22, Iss. 3:
The Simmons Public Library was a melting pot of the haves
and have-nots, a mixture of homeless people and the wealthy
older residents of the nearby neighborhood.
22, Iss. 4:
Loud music filled the room, making it hard to hear anything
issues (our 20th anniversary) are still available:
21, Iss. 4
21, Iss. 3
21, Iss. 2
21, Iss. 1
issues are available here.
update . . . We're updating
our policy for international hard
copy subscriptions and
individual issue orders. You can read about it here.
. . . Just in case you missed David's interview with
All Things Considered, give a listen here.
other literary adventure: We also have the second issue
of The Last Line, as well as the new last line for
next year here...The
Revolution will be Digitized (sort of): You can purchase
TFL subscriptions for your Kindle. Check out the
Magazine Store for more information.
Pencils, More Books . . . If you're a teacher we'd love
to be a part of your curriculum. Click here
for more information.
Pages of Interest:
a Friendly Reminder: We ain't
your normal lit mag; we gots rules.