Judy Viertel read flash fiction about gerbils, fathers, and a perfect twin. Andrew J. Thomas tackled impermancence, Huntingdon's, and Bob Ross. Makram Abu-Shakra explored hallucinated two-word phrases as nuclei of thought. Linda A. Jackson socked it to the prosperity gospel. Lena Mahmoud read from Amreekiya, the story of a Palestinian-American woman.


"Technique comes mostly from dark choices someone has made that keep haunting them." -- Diane Arbus