Terence Lane holds a Master’s degree in Writing and Literature from the State University of New York at Stony Brook Southampton where he was the recipient of the Deborah Hecht Memorial Prize in Fiction for 2011. His flash fiction, “PTSD,” appeared in this magazine and was nominated for the Best of the Net Anthology of 2012. His other stories can be found in The Southampton Review and the Avatar Review. Terence lives in Greenlawn, New York, and is halfway through the writing of a novel titled The Monday Crew.
A Flash Fiction He Enjoys:
“Chew” by Venita Blackburn.
A Story of His:
An idea of what might be a deal breaker for a story submission would be any sort of abstract exploration into a drug-induced high or dream sequence. They’re often self-serving and don’t improve the narrative. I don’t think there’s anything less interesting than hearing about someone’s acid trip or the dream they had, not in literature or in person.