SmokeLong Weekly for May 20, 2018:

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Girls, Girls, Girls

by Shannon Barber

This summer kills me and brings me back to life. Once upon a time, when I moved away from this neighborhood I hated summer. I spent whole summers doing and seeing nothing but hot bright skies and White girls trying to get tan. Now I’m home and the girls; the girls here kill me. There’s … Continue reading FROM THE ARCHIVES: Girls, Girls, Girls

Issue Fifty-Nine

March 19, 2018

This Week’s Reader:

SmokeLong Staff

The SmokeLong Quarterly staff will be reading all submissions for the SmokeLong Award for Flash Fiction, February 5--May 20, 2018. Click through for more information!

Read the interview with SmokeLong Staff

Cool Stuff Writers Do: An Interview with Container

Doug Luman and Jenni B. Baker’s Container is a literary project for artists interested in nontraditional storytelling.  Container tells stories on lunchboxes and Rolodexes, on View Masters and with textiles—artists aren’t confined to book form. Recently we got the chance to talk about their vision, their story-objects, and whether or not a flower pot can … Continue reading Cool Stuff Writers Do: An Interview with Container