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Kyra Kondis is a first-year MFA candidate in fiction writing at George Mason University. She is also a houseplant enthusiast, amateur watercolor painter, and former NCAA Division-I swimmer. She holds a BA in English from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. Her (often form-bending) work can be found in or forthcoming in Jellyfish Review, Matchbook, Wigleaf, and some other lovely publications that are available on her portfolio at www.kyrakondis.com. She is also the new assistant fiction editor for So to Speak, a journal of intersectional literature and art run by GMU MFA students.
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- Sigh. This is not THE article, but it’s basically the same.
- Facebook knows I love British comedians. Facebook knows everything.
- “The Husband Stitch” and “The Green Ribbon”: Analysis?
- The Smug Buds on “The Husband Stitch”
- Atonement by Ian McEwan
- Susan Shreve
- The Child Finder by Rene Denfeld
- Rene Denfeld has an amazing biography. Check it out.
- Find flash fiction here: Jellyfish Review, Wigleaf, SmokeLong Quarterly, Matchbook, Pithead Chapel
- “Madlib” by Kim Magowan
- “Vagabond Mannequin” by K.B. Carle
- Kyra’s ghostly jellyfish
- Did you illustrate this story? I want to chat!
- “The Sound of Silence” by Melissa Goode
- Twitter journal? See MythicPicnic.
- “Brevity is the soul of wit”- Shakespeare
- The Smug Buds on Rupi Kaur
- Which author did Jess Jelsma Masterton call a maximalist? Find out here.
- So to Speak Journal
- “Cat Person” by Kristen Roupenian, a political piece?
- I hope it’s not measles.
- Instagram knows everything too.
- Wanda Deglane
- Have any GMU professors published flash fiction? Inquiring minds want to know.
- New Leaves
- Tara Campbell at Barrelhouse
- Peter Streckfus
- Kelly Link has it all
- Stephen Goodwin