My First Witch at The Birds We Piled Loosely

In a very *~*seasonal*~* move, The Birds We Piled Loosely has selected my flash piece “My First Witch” for their twelfth issue. {Author’s note: The Birds We Piled Loosely is now the journal with the longest name to have published my work! Move over, sPARKLE & bLINK.}

Here’s an excerpt from “My First Witch.” You can read the rest of it–and some fabulous flash fiction and poems from other authors–in The Birds We Piled Loosely

By now I’ve kissed a hundred witches. I track them to murky pools or caves in canyon walls, lean to meet their lips over cauldrons or across café tables. How did you find me, they ask. I’ve gotten famous in their circles, although I have no powers. Or maybe just the one—looking over a crowd or through library shelves to find the women who look back through dark centuries.

 

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