Off To The Next Wherever

Read Kathleen Coskran’s review of Off To the Next Whereverhttp://peacecorpsworldwide.org/review-off-to-the-next-wherever/

Port Yonder Press

John is the featured nonfiction writer in the summer, 2015 issue of Eastern Iowa Review. Three of his essays are featured, as well as his photographs of Russia in 2015 and Moldova in the early 90s.
To order a copy, go to Port Yonder Press.

The Wrong Quarterly

The 2015 summer issue of The Wrong Quarterly, an international journal based in London, has published the Basil Rosa story, Shoulda Seen Me Up There in Missassauga. The quarterly can be found or ordered at bookstores worldwide, or else directly from The Wrong Quarterly.

Keepers Meet Questing Eyes

a full-length collection of poetry
by John Michael Flynn


Masks used on the cover were created by David Nader and generously donated to the author to use as part of the cover.

The image of the rustic window used on the cover was taken outside Zermatt, Switzerland, near the hamlet of Zmutt, and generously donated by the photographer, Dan Smyers

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Dreaming Rodin


A Million Miles from Tehran – Basil Rosa

7724275_origThe year is 1980, the city Providence, Rhode Island. The revolution in Iran has made it impossible for KJ to return home to his native Tehran. Desperate to start a new life in Providence, he turns to his friend, Leland Sibley who finds him work as a drug mule for the mob. After a few dangerous drug runs, KJ wants to quit. He can’t. Again, he turns to Leland. But this time Leland must risk his own life to help his friend. A mash-up of crime fiction and historical narrative, A Million Miles From Tehran details with passion and intensity the life of a desperate Iranian immigrant, and the city of Providence when crime bosses ruled its streets.

From Jaffa Books of Australia at: http://www.jaffabooks.net/novels.html

Read John’s story “Boss Visa” in the new anthology,
“A Small Key Opens Big Doors.”
This anthology of stories celebrates the 50th anniversary of the
U.S. Peace Corps,
available at www.amazon.com


To sample John’s poetry and short fiction, click on the following links:

  • Read John’s story “Desire Equals Rain” at Verbsap

  • Go to Packingtown Review to read Magda Isano’s poem, “Barbatul” in the original Romanian side by side with John’s translation into English of “The Man”