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Humans adapt. It’s what we do and why we’ve managed to survive generation upon generation.
The latest global pandemic has, if nothing else, shown that many among us can, in fact, work virtually, full-time without any noticeable loss in production or quality. To this end, Skype, Teams, WebEx, and numerous other video conferencing platforms have been proved to be more essential than ever before. Probably none more so than Zoom.
If you haven’t been in a Zoom meeting in the past ~400 days, then consider yourself lucky. To those of us who have been less fortunate, we present to you “Final Zoom Meeting” by Robert Fleming. It’s quite possible that after reading Mr. Fleming’s piece, you may never want to log into a teleconference again.
We hope you enjoy.
Have you read all of the first issue of Instant Noodles?
If you have, you’ve seen “Curious Knots,” the short story by Steve Saulsbury.
As soon as our reviewers read this story they knew we had to have it. It’s the kind of story, as a publisher, you wish you could have show up over and over, in different forms.
It has the feeling of a poem, and a perfect sense of place. I can see the whale; I can feel the wet cardigan.
If you haven’t read this story yet, what are you waiting for?