flash fiction, poetry, and any other writ
can go into the weekly lit dot cat
she makes fart sounds with her armpit
while alone in her natural habitat

The is an online literary magazine that keeps each issue within a single, scrollable page at a reading length under half an hour. This week's issue features John Wilkes Booth and Hitler, The Manifesto of Lit.Cat, and a Virginia Woolf quote without any context. It also features a song sung to cats, Good 'Ol Dad, and a fight club. It will take around 17 minutes and 33 seconds to read in its entirety, which is plenty enough time to fill your lunch break as you avoid your coworkers while eating an individual-sized microwave pizza.
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