Fiction by Greta Wilensky
Fiction / Issue 6

Fiction by Greta Wilensky

I remember childhood as the dirt on my feet and how my gold anklets jingled when I ran across the street. The red strings tied around my wrists, the first apartment we grew up in. Summers full of bug bites and melted ice cream. Sleeping parents and car alarms. I want to give that to someone. Continue reading

Fiction by Tracie Dawson
Fiction / Issue 6

Fiction by Tracie Dawson

He asks if the roar of the engine is loud and I want to say like the belly of a slouching beast, because it’s not all false, but instead I say how close we come to the sun. His hand spans my back in slow circles, and he tells me again to open it. And I say, I tried, it wasn’t a success.
Kissing him, there’s an urgency, and the feeling that if I don’t leave the house now, it’ll burn down around us.
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Fiction Editor Spotlight: Gabrielle Bellot
Fiction / Issue 5

Fiction Editor Spotlight: Gabrielle Bellot

Our fiction editor for September and October is Gabrielle Bellot.  Gabrielle, who has also written under J. Bellot, holds an MFA from Florida State University, where she is currently a PhD Candidate in fiction. She has contributed work to Guernica, Prairie Schooner, The Missouri Review, Small Axe’s sx salon, The SouthEast Review, and other journals. She grew up in the … Continue reading