I’m extremely pleased to announce that Right Hand Pointing has accepted a flash fiction piece for inclusion in their “Cities” issue, coming out in December. My piece is titled New York City.
As usual, I will post a link on the blog when the issue comes out, and a permanent link will appear on the Published Stories page too.
If you are not familiar with Right Hand Pointing, I highly recommend you check out their innovative (and very orange) website.
From the website’s About page:
One feature of rhp is the sequencing. Each issue is designed to be read from beginning to end. Thus, a simple, stripped down, low-tech design. (This simplicity has NOTHING to do with the fact that we don’t really know how to produce a more technically sophisticated website.)
The reader moves through each issue by clicking on the pointing right hand icon on the right of all pages. It looks like this . The right hand pointing is your key to moving through right hand pointing, and indeed, your life.
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