Frequent Flyer Miles – Editor-in-Chief, Kelly Fitzharris

It’s no surprise to most of you that I’m kind of a frequent flyer – slash – frequent traveler. The experiences I’ve had while traveling alone (sans fiance and/or my two beautiful children) have been some of the most poignant and interesting ones. Recently when traveling to my hometown of Niceville, Florida, I met a…

Still in Your Fingertip – by ROB PARRISH

Still in Your Fingertip We are in bed and you start a message on my back. You move your right index finger at a controlled pace. First a T, then H. Next an I. A slow-curling S follows. Your finger drags off my back. I say the word into the bedding. You tap my back…

A Stranger Come Home – by HIRO TSUKINO

  Stranger Come Home by Hiro Tsukino     The guy with the window seat smiled and shaped his hand into a gun. He put the barrel against his neck and fired smoothly, gesticulating the glory of the blow out the other side onto the woman sleeper between us. He did this in slow motion…

A Girl I Once Knew (Las Vegas Rains) – by FRANCIS FLANAGAN

A Girl I Once Knew (Las Vegas Rains) Francis Flanagan     A young woman awakens slowly   to the endless searing Vegas sun.   She sleeps in a confined space,    on a cardboard box, spread out,     with only a tarp for a blanket,   behind a foul blue dumpster,    behind…