Tag: short fiction
The Tail of My HeartJuly 2016
You are not going out, he said. You haven’t been out for weeks. People have been in touch with you, he said. Why don’t you see them?
Heat and LightApril 2016
Fortified with sock tea, he attends his morning group, which is called Steps. This to distinguish it from the afternoon group, which is called Group.
Bulgarians are physical people. I discovered that when I left and came to New York.
Writing In The Bellies Of Beasts: An Interview with Lincoln MichelOctober 2015
The writer and editor speaks about beastliness in fiction, founding a literary journal, and avoiding the lure of “faux-weirdness” in his work.
Joel Breuklander: How to Never Argue about Genre Again: New American Stories, edited by Ben MarcusJuly 2015
Joel Breuklander on what this anthology says about the state of short American fiction.
Christopher Meyers: Letter to My GrandnephewDecember 2013
Flash Fiction from PEN's Prison Writing Contest: I have written 721 pages of letters to you. The paper I write letters to you on is 8' x 10.5'. I hate that.
Jennifer H. Fortin: Self TimerSeptember 2013
It’s rude to stare, but worth it.