Kate Racculia, author of several novels including the just released Tuesday Mooney Talks to Ghosts, read from her work as well as served as judge of the annual Flash Fiction Contest.

Racculia selected stories that were read by their student authors.

Kate Racculia guest reader and Flash Fiction contest judge stands at podiumSponsored by the Department of English and hosted by Carrie Rohman, professor of English, the contest was open to all students interested in flash fiction, defined as extremely short. Stories couldn’t exceed 500 words and had to be original and unpublished.


KeeShawn Murphy ’20 winner of Flash Fiction contest reads her workKeeShawn Murphy ’20
“A Mother’s Suicide Note”


Roman Daniel ’22 reads his workRoman Daniel ’22
“Post-Apocalyptic Pop Tart”

Zahra Gandhi ’21 reads from her workZahra Gandhi ’21
“The Creek”

Jennie Richardson ’20 reads from her workJennie Richardson ’20
“Dusie’s Babies”

Sarah Scally ’22 reads from her workSarah Scally ’22


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