Stories from
April, 2015

The Tilt-a-Whirl was shut down for repairs, so she didn’t get to touch her son that year.

R. Gatwood’s (@iwantanewhead) work has appeared in Per Contra, Monkeybicycle, and Vestal Review.

January morning. My mind’s not right. Still. The dark wind that came last night unfastened all of my hooks and latches, undoing me, still.

M.J. Iuppa lives on a small farm near the shores of Lake Ontario.

I started this site as a venue for thoughtful Twitter fiction in March of 2009, which means that Nanoism is now over 6 years old.

At the time of its founding, it was the first non-genre publication for Twitter fiction, as well as the first of its variety to pay its authors (@thaumatrope, now defunct, was the original pioneer). With 6 years and over 600 stories in its archives, @Nanoism remains the longest continuously running site/account of its kind. Thank you for reading.

Once upon a time, Michelle’s creations had no choice but to live happily ever after.

David Galef writes early and often.

When my son received his diploma, everyone applauded except me. I just stared at my watch, horrified at the speed of the second hand.

Michael Jagunic lives almost entirely in Cleveland, Ohio.