The June 2015 issue of Flash Fiction Online.
In “Marcie’s Waffles Are the Best in Town,” by Sunil Patel, post apocalypse survivor, Marcie, still keeps the diner open, still makes waffles with syrup, still hopes that one day the bell on the door will announce the return of her daughter. Enjoy a waffle recipe from writer/blogger Miranda Suri. Next, a different kind of crazy. Brontë Wieland’s “I Found Solace in a Great Moving Shadow” takes into a government scifi conspiracy in a creepily believable tale. We’re also pleased to have an interview with Brontë. Finally, “The Man in the Basement” by Joshua Rupp. This is not going to be a story about mentally stable characters. Rupp digs deep into an off-kilter mind. Also this month,“What the Merfolk Must Know” by Kat Otis. Originally appearing in Daily Science Fiction in April 2013, Otis’ story gives us a fantastic and heartbreaking telling of the making of a mermaid.
So, enjoy. Be disturbed. Take a swim in the pools of madness for awhile. Editorial by Suzanne Vincent. Artwork by Dario Bijelac.