Mothman Prophecies and Megachurches: Readings by Jonathan Cardew, Sean Ennis, and TJ Fuller
This Week from Micro Podcast
Micro is a podcast for short but powerful writing. Each episode features a few short pieces of fiction, creative nonfiction, and/or poetry read by the author.
This episode features three quirky pieces of microfiction. With references to the mothman prophecy, tie fighters, and megachurches, you really won’t know what to expect, but you’ll nevertheless be safely guided by well-crafted narratives that deliver surprising, compelling stories.
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Up first, we’ve got a piece called “The Girl Who Had a TIE Fighter for a Nose,” which was written by Jonathan Cardew and published by The Forge Literary Magazine.
This next one is as interesting as it is stressful. It’s called “Back Again” and it was written by Sean Ennis and published by Diagram.
Our final piece is an impressive singular, rambling sentence that manages to take us through multiple relationships. It’s called “Focus.” It was written by TJ Fuller and published by Cheap Pop.
Jonathan Cardew is an ex-pat British writer of flash fiction, short stories, and befuddled genre pieces.
Sean Ennis lives in Mississippi and is the author of Chase Us: Stories.
TJ Fuller writes and teaches in Portland, Oregon.
Micro is edited and curated by Dylan Evers and produced and hosted by Drew Hawkins. Theme song is by Matt Ordes. Follow the show on Twitter at @podcastmicro.