Bobby Sauro’s short fiction has appeared in Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Fiction Attic, Connotation Press, Fiction Southeast, elimae, Burnt Bridge, Corium, Dew on the Kudzu, and Red Fez.
His story “Forgotten Flyers” was included in the anthology Flash in the Attic … Continue reading »
From Wired to Tired. Highway 140. Waleska, GA
This North Georgia IGA is perfect if you are on the road and need to go from “Tired to Wired.” Just watch out … Continue reading »
My brother and I visited Asbury Park, New Jersey recently to see for ourselves the new development that everyone from Travel & Leisure to The New York Times have been featuring. We didn’t stop by a real estate sales center, however. We did what Bruce Springsteen and older Asbury residents have done for years on hot, summer nights: we drove … Continue reading »
Although we’re a literary motor inn, we stand in solidarity with our roadside sisters and brothers, and when they leave us, it’s up to us to keep their memory alive. With that in mind, here are some Howard Johnson Zombies and where we encountered them.
The shells are … Continue reading »
My story Marvelous, South Dakota has been included in 101 Words’ Flash Fiction Sunday Edition. Check it out along with the other stories there. https://www.101words.org/category/flash-fiction-sunday-edition/
I have a new story called “Gowanus, Brooklyn” in the Fall 2011 issue of Corium Magazine. Please click on the first link for my story.
I learned a lot working with Editor Lauren Becker on this story. … Continue reading »
So my story “Athena Barabbas” which appeared in the November 2010 edition of Burnt Bridge was recently nominated by Burnt Bridge for an award. In the story, Athena auctions off her boyfriend to a room of imaginary women who … Continue reading »
For our second installment of the Greatest Song of All Time, we have an Old School Face-off. It’s Jackson Browne’s 1974 classic, Fountain of Sorrow (no relation) versus the Heat Miser’s eponymous ditty…. Continue reading »