This guy tied weather balloons to a webbed aluminum lawn chair—I think he bought it at Sears—and took off. There he is! We were just talking about you!Read more "A Gust of Wind Blows in through the Window | Matter Press/JCCA"
Degani is a master storyteller with a firm understanding of these universally important wants, and her stories wisely tally net costs of failing to take care of numero uno.Read more "New Review: Rattle of Want | Gay Degani"
Over time, I permitted the Russian to border-cross my thoughts.Read more "New Fiction: Joseph Conrad Took Twenty-Five Years to Bust My Balls, That Twit | Jellyfish Review"
Clio told me to sit straight and eat my peas that meal: I knew how to make that folded toy, from memory, only that once.Read more "New Fiction: Sugar | New South Journal"
My phone was pinging and whistling and popping with analyst notifications and team updates all morning, but then I remembered that waltz.Read more "New Fiction: Hamartia Lippincott | Pure Slush"
Brad stepped over to where we sisters sat, like two old price tags from last season’s sale we must have looked, although Wynne looked wound up in that way that tempted Brad. I French inhaled without looking at him. He deviled Wynne, placed the dirty ashtray near her. “You might need this,” he said, and went back to bartending. I saw the lipstick. Rat.Read more "Short Story: Jean, 1948 | Change Seven Magazine"