“Collective Nouns for Humans in the Wild” featured at One Great Things

Honored that my flash, “Collective Nouns for Humans in the Wild” was featured at Michael Schmeltzer and Meghan McClure’s wonderful new blog, One Great Things. Many thanks.

“Fish’s inventive and joyful use of language is on full display from the beginning. (“A group of grandmothers is a tapestry. A group of toddlers, a jubilance.”) Within the smallest flash package (a mere 135 words or so) we unpack rhythms and delightful diction, emotions that take us from glee to awe to reverence. But just as we are “gathered and feeling good,” Fish gives us a turn, she gives us knowledge we can’t return from.”

The whole review may be read HERE.

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