I read Jake Hinkson's "Maker's and Coke" in Beat to a Pulp: Round One last year and it blew me away.
I'll say the same thing about "Aftermath," which is up at The Flash Fiction Offensive.
This is a seriously powerful story about a witness to a robbery gone wrong. One of the golden rules of writing is that the main character can't sit around -- he or she must do something, they must affect the outcome in some way. Hinkson violates this rule with great purpose. It's central to the story that his character does not respond to the situation around him.
Hinkson's novel Hell on Church Street is published by New Pulp Press, and I'm going to go buy it.