Migration Reflections & Exchanges

Beautiful words, and deeply satisfying flash fiction.

Carrot Ranch Literary Community

MigrationWhat we learn from others. What we learn from our own journeys. Migrations come in many stories as evidenced by this week’s line-up of flash fiction. We often learn from other cultures without giving the acknowledged nod to the gift. Or we experience the exchange as something so new we see the gift but struggle to gain it.

Human migration is not about current events or about “others.” Human migration is the story of all of us. Even indigenous cultures migrated on small or big scales. It is those who write the history books who define the borders of such migrations. We can see its impact all around us and even recognize than on small scales, we migrate, too — new jobs, renewed life events, moves to other communities.

This week’s compilation will give readers a fresh outlook on migration. Consider these stories as you read current news. Consider your…

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