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Not Hearing the Jingle photo
July 1, 2010 | Fiction

Not Hearing the Jingle

Brian Allen Carr

In the old yard adjacent the high school sat a green-metal box that housed an emergency generator. At least we always said it... more

Cownose Ray photo
July 1, 2010 | Fiction

Cownose Ray

Sara Bohannon

The beach is crowded and a handful of other vacationers see it: a flash of white just past the waves, then overturned quickly; a dark... more

They Shared an Egg photo
June 1, 2010 | Comics

They Shared an Egg

John Dermot Woods

Rain Escape photo
June 1, 2010 | Comics

Rain Escape

Lydia Conklin

489 Points photo
June 1, 2010 | Fiction

489 Points

Andrew Borgstrom

I bought secondhand hunting attire that I only wore around the house. You corrected me when I called our apartment a house. We howled... more

Sunsets Unlimited photo
June 1, 2010 | Fiction

Sunsets Unlimited

Stephen Graham Jones

Riding through the desert I came across a cowboy in the narrow shade of a saguaro. He was doing stomach crunches. I crossed my... more

The Weirdest Thing photo
June 1, 2010 | Fiction

The Weirdest Thing

Grant Flint

The weirdest thing happened to me just now, which is weird in itself in that nothing weird ever happens to me. I, being on the... more

Space is Our Future photo
June 1, 2010 | Fiction

Space is Our Future

Michelle McMahon

I was behind the mint green Toyota pickup on the way to work this morning, again. It didn’t matter if I was running late... more

Are You Lonesome Tonight? photo
June 1, 2010 | Fiction

Are You Lonesome Tonight?

Alison Christy

“The thing is,” he said, “now that I’ve stopped drinking, I don’t want to be a bore. At... more

The Man With Two Arms (An Excerpt) photo
April 1, 2010 | BASEBALL, Excerpt

The Man With Two Arms (An Excerpt)

Billy Lombardo

In the summer that followed Danny's sophomore year at U-High, he took Bridget to a White Sox game. He knocked... more

An Interview with Billy Lombardo photo
April 1, 2010 | BASEBALL, Fiction

An Interview with Billy Lombardo

Seth Pollins

I met Billy Lombardo in the summer of 2007 on a sun drenched patch of grass under the Blue Ridge Mountains in... more

Spinning Yarns photo
April 1, 2010 | BASEBALL, Fiction

Spinning Yarns

Thomas Mundt

I did some fact-checking after the wedding. I bet you thought I never would, but I did. And you know what I found out? You were never... more

A Simpler Creature photo
April 1, 2010 | BASEBALL, Fiction

A Simpler Creature

Nicholas Mainieri

Pop loved two things, but I inherited his affection for one of those only. He read me bedtime stories during the off-season. The... more

Love and Theft, 1988 photo
April 1, 2010 | BASEBALL, Fiction

Love and Theft, 1988

Pasha Malla

I enjoy stealing. It's just as simple as that. Jane's Addiction, "Been Caught Stealing" Bear with me... more

How Lucky, She Thought photo
April 1, 2010 | BASEBALL, Fiction

How Lucky, She Thought

Kelcy D. Wilburn

She woke up as excited as she had twenty years ago on a St. Patrick's Day morning in her childhood home, despite the fact... more

How to Kill photo
March 1, 2010 | Fiction

How to Kill

Ethel Rohan

 

 

Ma Vie En Rose: My Life Wrapped in Cellophane photo
March 1, 2010 | Fiction

Ma Vie En Rose: My Life Wrapped in Cellophane

Neil de la Flor

  She is not a warthog in the zoo. She travels with a whip and rope through space and time.... more

Libertyland photo
March 1, 2010 | Fiction

Libertyland

Alex Pollack

  My wife says I'm too old for rollercoasters. Maybe she's right. I'm twenty-five, I'm balding, and I have a... more

Chorale for the First Rental House on Your Block photo
March 1, 2010 | Fiction

Chorale for the First Rental House on Your Block

Craig Davis

Outside on his porch was an indoor sofa. But he kept the lawn mowed. Early in the morning when the... more

An Interview with Mattox Roesch by Amy Minton photo
March 1, 2010 | Fiction

An Interview with Mattox Roesch by Amy Minton

Amy Minton

  Amy: Mattox, thank you for chatting with me about your new (and first) novel, Sometimes... more

 

	Word-Things: Michael Kimball interviews Ingrid Burrington photo
March 1, 2010 | Fiction

  Word-Things: Michael Kimball interviews Ingrid Burrington

Michael Kimball

  A few months ago (i.e. in August), Michael Kimball guest-edited Everyday... more

An Interview with Laird Hunt (Part 2) photo
February 1, 2010 | Interview

An Interview with Laird Hunt (Part 2)

Jim Ruland

A Conversation with Laird Hunt (cont'd) (read part one of the interview here)   THE... more

An Interview with Kevin Sampsell photo
February 1, 2010 | Interview

An Interview with Kevin Sampsell

Matthew Simmons

I was thinking about your book and its readers, and I thought about how there are three audiences. One is very... more

Two Stories photo
February 1, 2010 | Fiction

Two Stories

Rob Carney

Fish Stories This friend of mine, Greg, he's always quitting smoking. He breaks his cigarettes in half, or runs them under... more

Beautiful photo
February 1, 2010 | Fiction

Beautiful

Brandi Wells

She finds me in the backyard, behind the fence. I'm not crying because I've never been a child who cries. Instead I stare at the... more

Two Stories photo
February 1, 2010 | Fiction

Two Stories

David William Hill

The Night Sky Looking west over the ocean, watching the yellow crescent moon dip behind the low strip of fog off the coast. It... more

Puppeteers photo
February 1, 2010 | Fiction

Puppeteers

Lydia Ship

Unfortunately, Chin fed her sock puppets too many vegetables. She didn't always feed them in front of me, but the smell of steamed... more

Hinge photo
February 1, 2010 | Fiction

Hinge

Jan Laperle

Nancy Lish was a simple woman with one simple obsession: she wanted to be a contestant on the game show Disk & Ladder. Every week she sent... more

An Interview with Laird Hunt (Part 1) photo
January 1, 2010 | Interview

An Interview with Laird Hunt (Part 1)

Jim Ruland

A Conversation with Laird Hunt A criminal operative helps a woman fill her shelves with mundane objects. A... more

The Turtle photo
January 1, 2010 | Fiction

The Turtle

Matthew Lansburgh

The man is older than the woman, but not by much. They're out for a stroll in the park, taking in the sunshine and fresh air.... more