by L. Lambert Lawson
Grief gives course to her compass, and she finds her mother, after five months, in a Craigslist ad looking for a new daughter.
L. Lambert Lawson blogs, tweets, and edits Kazka Press.
[...] Nanoism is a Twitter-based magazine that I enjoy reading. Here’s what they’re all about, from their site: Nanoism (edited by Ben White) is an online publication for twitter-fiction: stories of up to 140 characters. Shorter than traditional flash fiction, it’s both a challenge to write and quick as a blink to read. Call it nanofiction, microfiction, twiction, twisters, or tweetfic—it doesn’t matter: it’s the perfect art form for the bleeding edge of the internet revolution. [...]