Sherrie Flick’s “punchy collection of short-short stories”…

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“The genre seems tailor-made for today’s time-pressed reader, and Sherrie Flick’s new short-short-story collection Whiskey, Etc. packs her 207 easy-turning pages with punchy writing that centers on themes of love and loss.

Flick, author of the 2009 novel Reconsidering Happiness, lives in Pittsburgh and teaches in Chatham University’s master’s of fine arts and food studies programs. She is widely anthologized; she co-organized the acclaimed, now-defunct Gist Street Reading Series; and she writes a garden-to-table food column for Pittsburgh Quarterly…”

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So excited to be able to share with you this excerpt from Sherrie Flick's Whiskey, Etc. (courtesy of Queen's Ferry Press) 󾔗Happy hump day!

Posted by Littsburgh on Wednesday, March 9, 2016



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