The Green Woman, or the Day Mat Feeley Became Famous

Story day! My Newfoundland-inspired flash fiction story is now live at the Saturday Night Reader. You can read it here.

I spent a year in St John’s, the capital of what I consider the most beautiful province in Canada. I often climbed Signal Hill, which overlooks the city and the harbour, giving fantastic views. It’s windy up there, and you often get ‘weather’, but it’s a great climb, and there are several hiking paths. And yeah, once I was climbing up there and thinking about aliens. And about skin. This is the story that popped out.

Saturday Night Reader (SNR) is a flash fiction magazine published out of Ottawa, Ontario. The stories are free to read online – ideal for your commute, so check them out!

I have also been informed by the editor that this story is going to be part of their sixth issue, due out in October 2015. So looking forward to that.

About Rati Mehrotra

Science fiction and fantasy writer. I blog at: ratiwrites.com Thanks for dropping by!
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2 Responses to The Green Woman, or the Day Mat Feeley Became Famous

  1. Widdershins says:

    Loved it. Chortled at the end! 🙂

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