Cheryl Ossola blogs about the flash fiction event at Book Passage I read at with Molly Giles and Meg Pokrass two nights ago.
I particularly like:
"Sometimes overeager disclosure occludes the craft beneath the content (or reveals that there is none). This wasn't that kind of writing. Peg, Meg, and Molly launch their ideas with skill, sophistication, wit, and elements of surprise. In fact, their messages hit home with the speed and accuracy of arrows whose tail feathers were still reverberating when the next petite, potent tale began. In just over an hour, we listeners squirreled away bits and pieces of a rich array of stories (or even entire ones), carrying them home in our hearts and minds to savor later."
Thanks, Cheryl, for this thoughtful review.
Video of reading
Here's video of my reading at InsideStoryTime last May. Thanks to the ever-loving Litseen-ster Evan Karp.