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Summer Update

Why hello! This is Hailley, the old managing editor. It’s hard for me to wrap my head around the idea it’s already the middle of July. Seems like just the other day we were opening boxes of our newest fiction issue and hosting another successful publication release event. On top of all this literary madness … Continue reading

Fiction 2012

I Wish I Could Say I Loved You — Shelly King

They were not lovers. Kenny made a point of explaining that to the hospice staff. Charles was always particular about their relationship being properly understood. Kenny was his roommate, his grocery-shopper, his prescription-fetcher, his bathroom-cleaner, and, in the backside of their forties, his comrade in Male Menopause. In the AIDS support group where they had … Continue reading

Fiction 2012

PK — Ellen Burns

She was crying, telling me about how, where, and when Jesus had touched her. I’m not good with emotions—never have been—so I didn’t really know what to do. I just froze up as if I’d been caught doing something shameful. This was a lot more than I’d bargained for. They hadn’t taught us how to … Continue reading