Sex and arson fold over on memory in a new short fiction by Fiona Helmsley. Art by Danny Jock.
Leslie Burnette offers two fictions dissecting the fucking of other women, potato chips, and dream kidnappings.
An excerpt from Lindsay Hunter’s debut novel, Ugly Girls, upon the occasion of her appearance at the Letters Festival in Atlanta on Nov. 8. Art by Danny Jock.
Margaret Patton Chapman
Two new short fictions by Margaret Patton Chapman, a featured author at this year’s Letters Festival in Atlanta (Nov. 6-8). Art by Danny Jock.
John Henry Fleming
“Eyes shut, breathing deep like there’s nothing wrong with this stupid world or their stupid places in it.” New short fiction from John Henry Fleming, author of Songs for the Deaf.
Luke B. Goebel
Luke B. Goebel shares an excerpt from his newest collection, Fourteen Stories, None of Them Are Yours, concerning LIFE, dying fathers, and never stopping.
“You read something and you become more who you are.” A moving quantification of daily life in the form of new short fiction from Stephen Thomas.
Michael Kimball shares an excerpt from his latest, Galaga, concerning the rush of video games, the addiction of the high score, and staying alive.
Sasha Fletcher shares a wild, carousing excerpt from his novel Bandits! Bandits!, involving an immortal gang, America, and the human heart.
“You walk into the theatre and sit down.” New fiction from Tessa Fontaine contorts the reader through a series of peculiar A/V exhibits from somewhere like dreams.