lovely idea, alto. (And thanks for recommending my story!) Looking forward to diving into this thread for my reading list.
I’ll give a self-shout-out to my first piece published in C(G):
I’m proud of it because it’s not at all in my typical style. In forming and finishing it, as a sort of poem, I felt stretched, excited, uncomfortable. I discovered new corners of my experience and expression. I’m very lucky that a publication and readership like CROSSING GENRES appreciated it.
Now, a shout-out to jo livingstone.
A delightful, echoing narrative reflection on being a teacher/student, student/teacher. Thanks jo.
And one more shout-out, to Davy Carren, for this galloping interior semi-rant short story. It’s got a kick.
So it was that a girl was born. She was born sad. She wanted other people to like her.crossingenres.com