Thursday, October 30, 2008


Huge thanks to Marc Schuster from THE SMALL PRESS REVIEWS for posting a review of the DOGZPLOT FLASH FICTION anthology 2008. The review mentions stories by Joseph Graham, Barry Graham, Dawn Corrigan, and Scott Garson.

Small excerpt from the REVIEW:

"Each piece in the collection is under 200 words, and each, in the immortal words of Spider-Man, really packs a wallop. Among the standouts are two by Florida author Dawn Corrigan titled "Nemesis" and "The Pin," which deal with pathological uncles and unrequited love respectively. Another highlight is Scott Garson's "Accounts Payable," which asks the immortal question, "Why does the ham and cheese croissant cost less than the ham and cheese sandwich?" Rounding out the issue is Graham's "All Together," which arguably presents the definitive ultra-short version of Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment."

Thanks again to Marc Schuster.

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