In Plain Sight

Karen Schauber

Unlikely Phosphenes by Karen Schauber

They gathered around pushing and shoving, clambering for the best possible view as the flashlight peered deep into the bellybutton, past the fluff, past the bramble, the whorls and braided roots, to the celestial bodies and beyond, and there hiding in plain sight was the thing they had called GOD.

Karen Schauber’s flash fiction appears in eighty-five international literary magazines, journals, and anthologies, with three ‘Best Microfiction’ nominations. She curates Vancouver Flash Fiction, an online resource hub, and Miramichi Flash, a monthly literary column. In her spare time, she is a seasoned family therapist.

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