Lights Publications' Internet Journal
I've reviewed hundreds of
wonderful contest entries over the years, but things
being the way they are, I've only been able to publish
a fraction of them. This embarrassment of riches tended
to distress me, until I finally figured out how to
use too much of a good thing. Tiny Lights is
proud to introduce "Lights On-Line," an
intermittent Internet venue for personal essay. Now,
in addition to the delectable pieces sandwiched between
the covers of Tiny Lights, lovers of personal
narrative can enjoy even more of their favorite fare
at tiny-lights.com. Sample us regularly! Posting times,
however, are approximate. Just remember, the best
lights in life are worth waiting for.
Issue #1: "Evocations
The writers featured in this issue focus
on short, lyrical slices-of-life. They use language
at concentrations approaching poetry to produce the
non-fiction equivalent of "flash fiction."
See work by Johnathan Segol added in July 2002
2000 Issue #2: "A Backward Glance"
Here we see the power of the past to
shape our current perspectives.
2002 Issue #3: "Here and Now"
These writers have come to terms with
where they've been in order to tell us who they are
2002: Issue #4: "Looks Good From Here"
Things are never so bad that they
can't look good from the proper angle.