Fall 2022 Edition

We are pleased to announce our Fall 2022 edition of confetti. CONTRIBUTORS Fiction by:  Steve Carr, William Cass, DC Diamondopolous, J.P.J. Fox, Scott Archer Jones, Sharyn Kolberg, Mario Lowther, Don Noel, Niles Reddick, Kristin H. Sample, John Sheirer, Adam Strassberg, Leon Taylor, Judy Voss Non-fiction by:  Malaena Nahmias Poetry by:  R. A. Allen, Dennis J Bernstein, Matt Chalmers, James Cochran, John Dorroh, Joshua Gage, John Grey, Lisa O’Neil Guerci, Jack D. Harvey, Mary Kennelly, Chelsie Kreitzman, Allan Lake, Oksana Lizunova, DS Maolalai, Paweł Markiewicz, Nazanin Mirsadeghi, Susan Oleferuk, Gerard Sarnat, William Teets Art by:  Janice Williams See the full TableContinue reading “Fall 2022 Edition”

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”

The Bag

by Niles Reddick             When Israel opened his eyes, he didn’t know where he was. He thought he might be in a sleeping bag, but he didn’t recall going camping. He remembered sitting in his lift chair, sipping a Colt 45, and smoking a Marlboro, despite decreased liver function and the shallow breathing from COPD.Continue reading “The Bag”

Fall 2021 Edition

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.

Rabid Bat Story

by Niles Reddick             When Sandy heard the gunshot, she called 911 and told the dispatcher, “I know it came from my neighbor Sam’s house next door. He lives alone. His wife died a few years back from cancer, slow and painful.” She gave the dispatcher the address.            “We have an officer on the way.”           Continue reading “Rabid Bat Story”