Monday, April 20, 2009

Postcard(s) from the Edge

I ate a value meal from McDonald's last night. And it was delicious. It made me revisit my idea that not all instant gratification is bad. I'll revisit this idea again when my feet start glowing radioactive from the French Fries.


This brings me to Postcard Shorts. Is it instant gratification? Almost. I happened upon this lovely little place while sucking the remainder of my orange soda through a chewed straw. I'm happy I did.

They publish "Postcard size" fiction of 250 words. And they'll publish pretty much anything, as my story Soul Mates will show.

But it's fun. And certainly worth it. So the next time you find yourself dominating a Whopper near your computer, slide on over and see what you can snap off for Postcard Shorts. You'll feel good about it. I promise.

Many thanks to Postcard's editor, Richard, for the love and the quickness. Good man.


xTx said...

his face twisted like a bunched shirtliked that a lot

neat site

my word verification for this comment is 'comed'

Mel Bosworth said...

Thanks, homie. Now you go.

j said...

Very clever, Mel. Short and sweet--the way I like to read (but obviously not write) 'em. Love the giggle at the end.

Mel Bosworth said...

Thanks, Jessi. Now you go.

Roberta said...

'dark chocolate pudding smile.' 'haunting eyes flickering peculiar.'

i still heart your detailing.

i don't blame that girl for having haunted eyes. someone needs to tell louis that thing is for rowing with!

j said...

Did mine. Thanks for the kick;-)

spacedlaw said...

It IS instant gratification indeed.
I quite like this story of yours.

Mel Bosworth said...

Thanks, Nathalie. Back at you. The Postcard revolution has begun!