lit.cat is a small, scroll-able magazine which promises under 30 minutes of flash fiction, poetry, word jumbles, and other such jolly collections of words in orders.
It was originally written for Synesthesia Magazine for some completely forgotten contest or theme. This might explain why it’s quite concerned with texture, feeling, senses (and all that). I don’t remember whether it got submitted or not!
Anyway, I am glad it found its way somewhere.
UPDATE: Lit.Cat has just been redesigned, and is worth having a secondary poke around. The archive is especially good, as it includes my favourite metric for online words: reading time. My piece can also be reached, all by itself, over here.