“I made you wear that wig. I put lipstick on you and you liked it. I pretended you were my sister.” Fiction by Lisa Korzeniowski.
“The colors of the dark relaxed into a warm wrap of orange that haloed the horizon.” Fiction by David Peak.
“I didn’t invite anyone I knew to my solo show because I couldn’t think of anyone who I wanted to see the work, or the gallery.” Fiction by Aiden Arata.
“When Gary left Elaine, he drove away in his Mustang and returned for visits wearing a new gold chain around his neck. When Ed left Marsha, her kids went crazy.” Flash fiction by Tanya Whiton.
“Grocery shopping always soothes the homicide in your hall closet.” 4 short one man plays based on the living archetype of actor Peter Greene by Lee Levinson.
“Once there was a kingdom without writing.” Short fiction by Natsumi Tanaka. Translated from Japanese by Toshiya Kamei.
“May the clapper strike them dead! May the empty valve of their ear be mirrored in a myxomatous heart! And may they never be remembered beyond their death!” Two stories by Bryce Jones.
Analeah Loschiavo Rosen
“The border is somewhere I’ve never been. Before this walk I had never thought of the border. Not in this way.” Fiction by Analeah Loschiavo Rosen.
“After we had sex he would talk about his daughter.” Short fiction by Leonora Desar.
“I saw a Bruegel painting not long ago. I don’t remember which one. I do remember thinking, ‘If they came—the gun-to-your-head men, the would-you-rather enforcers—which Bruegel painting would I eat?'” Fiction by Dan Melling.