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.
We are pleased to announce our Spring 2021 edition of confetti. CONTRIBUTORS Fiction by: J.P.J. Fox, Janet Garber, Sheldon Hanner, Judy Voss, Patricia Young Non-fiction by: Buddy Matt Coughlin Poetry by: Mary Coughlin, Andrew Crellin, Lisa O’Neil Guerci, margie merek, Thea Schiller, Katharine Schulz, Gabriel Sebastian See the full Table of Contents
We are pleased to announce our Fall 2021 edition of confetti. CONTRIBUTORS Fiction by: Subrata Das, J.P.J. Fox, Christina Hoag, Mark Jabaut, Richard Natale, Niles Reddick, Daniel Tarker, Judy Voss, Patricia Walkow Non-fiction by: Barbara Alfaro Poetry by: Dee Allen, John Carew, Maid Čorbić, Joseph A Farina, Shaswata Gangopadhyay, Norbert Góra, John Grey, Lisa O’Neil Guerci, LaVern Spencer McCarthy, Joan McNerney, Bruce McRae, Arik Mitra, P. Muralidharan, Katharine Schulz, Gabriel Sebastian Play by: Dave Patton See the full Table of Contents.
by J.P.J. Fox “Our government is in a constitutional crisis,” self-proclaimed sage Ryder Milton tweeted to his 633,535 followers. “All lies and jest, still a man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest,” Phoebe Pratt, his strongest pundit with 818,990 followers replied. 2,014 trolls flamed her. 607 Paul Simon fans liked. MeanwhileContinue reading “What God Hath Wrought”
by J.P.J. Fox Buzzy found people vexing. Everyone. Like they were impossible to avoid. On the bus, the sidewalks. In the shops, the park. The ones at the office were the worst. He snubbed his sister long ago. She was the one who first called him “Buzzy.” His parents had named him Beaumont. The third.Continue reading “Buzz Off”
listed alphabetically by last name Oriada Dajko Oriada Dajko has represented Albania several times in international literary festivals. Various poems have been published in anthologies and magazines in Albania and other countries. The winner of the first prize for poetry in the fourth edition of the Literary Festival for Youth, while in the fifth editionContinue reading “Writer Profiles D–F”
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by J.P.J. Fox “What were you thinking?” Connor Nixon scolded his son Brad, who sat on the cot, looking down at the cell floor. “You thought you were being funny?” He paused for Brad’s response, but there was none. “Well, the joke’s on you.” “I’m sorry,” Brad muttered. He looked at his father andContinue reading “Trick or Treat”
by J.P.J. Fox A breeze off the harbor and a cold beer quenched my soul more than the nearby pristine beaches and clear turquoise sea could. I sat at the far table for four on the narrow, railed deck of Café Detour and stared out into the street. When she brought my third refill,Continue reading “Lifeline”