Killer Kudzu Comes to Local Indiana Mailbox
“Yes, we’ve been at this for twenty years now!
“Ten years ago we published FLUSH FICTION, VOLUME I: STORIES TO BE READ IN ONE SITTING. Now, only ten years later, we’re doing it again. Once again these amazing writers are saying it in — well, most of them in less than a thousand words!”
Such is the blurb for FLUSH FICTION II: TWENTY YEARS OF LETTING IT GO (cf. May 21, March 27), which arrived in my mailbox today. Edited by Selina Rosen, this celebrates twenty years of publishing by Yard Dog Press in the press’s charmingly unpretentious way. In fact, two other posts here can be found on August 1 2013 and April 8 2011, or thereabouts, noting not just the first FLUSH FICTION but their BUBBAS OF THE APOCALYPSE series, in which I have stories in four of five volumes, as well.
My entry in this one, published in June, is called “Killer Kudzu,” a tale of horticulture gone bad in the American South. And without a happy ending either, but perhaps shocking enough to scare the. . . . Well you get the idea, and to see for yourself (plus explore around to see more of the Arkansas ambience of Yard Dog Press) as well as perhaps buy a copy press here.