I’ve been reading a book on short-shorts, or flash fiction, that includes prompts to try one’s hand at approaches others have taken. One product of that experimentation is a piece I called Dawn Babel. It seemed unlikely to find a home, until I read about an unusual litmag:
“Ordinary Madness is an online literary journal that seeks experimental authors and artists. The idea is that we want short bursts of consciousness, rather than a long stream of epic story telling. We want the moments, the scenes, the fingerprints and seconds of time that we all experience.”
Lo and behold, Dawn Babel is on page 10 of the just-out magazine. Read it here: Ordinary Madness:
Or of course read it here, at the top of the list of published short stories.