The October 2015 issue of Flash Fiction Online.
To celebrate that odd Christian/Pagan crossover festival we call Halloween, we have some deliciously creepy stuff. Like “Daisy” by Paul DesCombaz. The title sounds innocuous enough. Kinda cute, actually. No. Be prepared for those tingles up your spine. And lock the dog in the bathroom tonight. Trust me. You’ll want to. And from Shannon Peavey, a little story called “White Elephant” that gives a whole new meaning to exchanging stuff you don’t want anymore.
In addition we have “Thirty-two Years in the Cooler” by Alter Reiss, a great little noir-esque sci-fi tale.
In our Previously Published Fiction box, we offer “Space Travel Loses Its Allure When You’ve Lost Your Moon Cup” (originally published at Crossed Genres in 2014) by Sylvia Spruck Wrigley. And an interview with Sylvia by FFO Staffer, Stanley Lee.
Last up, FFO Staffer, Jason Ridler, gives us an article called “Carlin’s Way,” about fearlessly choosing your own way, using George Carlin as an example. Editorial by Suzanne Vincent. Artwork by Dario Bijelac.