Two flash fiction pieces in Posit 19

“The Butler’s Life” and “Moon Park” appeared in Posit 19 along with a bunch of other talented writers including Elizabeth Robinson, Mathew Cooperman, and Tongo Eisen-Martin. In their introduction to the issue, Posit editors wrote, “Jefferson Navicky’s bracingly original yet understated tales flicker between the surreal and the recognizable. ‘The Butler’s Life’ depicts an unexpected and yet recognizable servitude, considering how much we will sacrifice to avoid abandoning another post. And the dark fairy tale, ‘Moon Park,’ contemplates what we will do to ‘smell all the smells under the smells,’ and ‘hear what’s really there.’”