by George Perreault Most folks had one, growing up, neighbor townwhere mutants congregated, not just some oddfamily here and there – the water, maybe it wasthe water, or the pool got muddy, not so muchintermingling, those folks, so every street wasits own story, maybe granddad gone ripe in hisrocker, no one checking see if heContinue reading “Downstream”
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by George Perreault Well, that’s what I was thinking toowhen first that fragment lit the screen,but it led only to a film review, 40 Daysand 40 Nights, which the critics deemed amediocre effort, like most of our undertakingsat seasonal vows and minor renunciations,and yet the number dragged me in – stories of rain swallowing theContinue reading “40 D”
Spring 2022 Edition
We are pleased to announce our Spring 2022 edition of confetti. CONTRIBUTORS Fiction by: Catherine Alexander, Alex R. Encomienda, J.P.J. Fox, Terry John Malik, Eadbhard McGowan, Malaena Nahmias, Dana Trick, Judy Voss Non-fiction by: Jeffrey Feingold Poetry by: Angela Acosta, Bidisha Chakraborty, Maid Čorbić, PW Covington, Oriada Dajko, TAK Erzinger, Joseph A Farina, John Grey, Lisa O’Neil Guerci, Jennifer Ruth Jackson, George Perreault, Mahbubat Salahudeen, Sunil Sharma, Pat St. Pierre, Linda Tancs Play by: Veronica Brown See the full Table of Contents.
Writer Profiles P–R
Dave Patton Thirty years in the Fire service, and was also a union official, which involved writing letters, pamphlets. Travel all over the UK and abroad and took to writing short stories while travelling, waiting, travelling and more waiting. Was chatting to an old friend who introduced me to the good people over at the RumContinue reading “Writer Profiles P–R”