October 2006 Issue

                                                                                   Tina Imel

Welcome. There are eight fantastic stories in this issue of Giggle Water Review. Unfortunately, it will be the last issue. Though it has been a wonderful experience, I have found that I just don’t have the time to devote to it. The site will stay up, however, and if anyone needs to contact me, you can email me at wurdwise@yahoo.com

Thanks for reading!

Denise Kincy, Editor

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A Present for Alejandro
by Jenny Jackson

Heaven in a Drop of Water
by Joseph Blessin

Another Do Over
by Phoenix Aiden Tempest

Ruth Has Her Days
by Tom Conoboy

The Last Color Game
by Gale Martin

Gun Control
by Stephen Dorneman

The Jeweled Egg
by Monica Felix

Unpleasant
by Bob Meder

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SEPTEMBER 2006 ISSUE

 

                  Hunderfossen Scandinavian Family Park, Norway

 

 The September issue of Giggle Water Review is amazing! There

are stories of madness, mayhem, love and loss; medical

maladies and intense introspection; finding God and finding

yourself. The spectrum of human emotion is pretty much

covered in this sterling collection of stories. Thanks to all of the

authors for making this issue of Giggle Water Review such an

honor to to present!                                                   

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Apologies
by Taylor Collier 

Absolution
by Bob Meder

Bed and Breakfast
by Wendy Babiak

How to Make Your Kid Shut Up and Listen
by Tommy Goround

Flicker
by Ryan Priest

Age Can Only Measure
by Tara Guillot

There Must Be Some Way Out of Here
by Sam Cope

Limbs & Digits
by Suzanne Nielsen

Sugar Cubes
by Kimberly Ann Josephine Southwick

 

AUGUST 2006 ISSUE

We are proud to present for your reading enjoyment the

inaugural issue of Giggle Water Review. We are delighted at the

talent of the authors and the diversity of the stories contained

herein. Creating this journal, reading the submissions, choosing

artwork to enhance each story and finally coming to this point

has been exciting, rewarding and a whole lot of fun. We hope

you’ll come back each and every month to partake of what we

consider some of the best little stories available on the Internet.  

So, without further ado: Enjoy!

                  

                             “Sentimental Suffrage” by Tina Imel

    

What Happened to Newton?
by M. J. Iuppa  

Right on Time
by Cindy Betsinger

In Search Of
by Lisa Dyer

Life is a Highway
by Lisa Y.

The Morning After the Night Before
by Prince Louis Richard II De La Pau

Santa Lucia Luntana
by Bobby Aquitania

Broken Again
by Jan Smith

Issue One Coming Out August 1st!

Woot! Be prepared to read some of the best flash fiction on the web. I couldn’t be more excited.