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Little Girls by the Side of the Pool photo
July 1, 2011 | Fiction

Little Girls by the Side of the Pool

Lincoln Michel

“Did you see what Suzy did when her father tossed her into the air?”

“No, I was looking at Jimmy.”

“She... more

We Have to Go Back photo
July 1, 2011 | Fiction

We Have to Go Back

xTx

I miss Lost. I want to go on Lost with you. Let’s be on Lost together. Let’s get on a plane that says: DESTINATION - CRASH. Let’s... more

Midair photo
July 1, 2011 | Fiction

Midair

Glen Pourciau

How do you see yourself? the questioner at the other end of the table asks. Stumped, earlier questions more specific, handle on the context,... more

Jacob photo
July 1, 2011 | Fiction

Jacob

JA Tyler

It is raining and Jacob is a boy.

Jacob is a boy and once climbed a tree and once fell from a tree and once, when he was up in a tree and... more

I'm an Asshole and My Life is Retarded: an interview with Julia Wertz by Elizabeth Ellen and her daughter, Andie V. photo
June 6, 2011 | Interview

I'm an Asshole and My Life is Retarded: an interview with Julia Wertz by Elizabeth Ellen and her daughter, Andie V.

Elizabeth Ellen and Andie V.

 

Julia Wertz's first two... more

Anne Murphy Garrity photo
June 6, 2011 | Fiction

Anne Murphy Garrity

Anne Murphy Garrity

 

 

Fermin Gave Me Food photo
June 6, 2011 | Fiction

Fermin Gave Me Food

C.A. Harrison

 

He was putting potatoes into my hands.

“What else you need. Salt?”

He stepped over a stack of plates. I moved... more

Therapy photo
June 6, 2011 | Fiction

Therapy

Lizzy Acker

Courtney Love’s mom lived in house three blocks away from mine when I was growing up. She was a therapist for married people and children of... more

Nocturnia photo
June 5, 2011 | Fiction

Nocturnia

Chris Narozny

I.

A minimally invasive vaporization of the prostate, she says. Performed with high-energy light beams. Precise, she says. We're... more

Two Stories photo
June 5, 2011 | Fiction

Two Stories

Jason Joyce

Flight Patterns

The night the ghosts got in we went out the third floor window.
I heard boot steps on the stairs and 
we were... more

An Interview with Brock Clarke photo
May 1, 2011 | Interview

An Interview with Brock Clarke

Micah Riecker

Exley, Brock Clarke’s third novel, is the story of Miller le Ray, a boy whose father may or may not have left Miller... more

Poetry and Songs for My Voice Cartographer photo
May 1, 2011 | Fiction

Poetry and Songs for My Voice Cartographer

Ledia Xhoga

The men I meet always want someone I’m not. Naturally, I think the one I’m meeting tonight will be... more

Withdraw photo
May 1, 2011 | Fiction

Withdraw

Mesha Maren

with-draw \with-‘dro\ vb- withdrew; withdrawn; withdrawing-  a: to remove from a place of deposit < I check the pockets of my husband’s... more

Free Advice photo
May 1, 2011 | Fiction

Free Advice

Matt Leibel

Do not open your story by talking about the weather. Do not exceed the posted speed limits. Do not accept packages from strangers. Do... more

Two Stories photo
May 1, 2011 | Fiction

Two Stories

David Joseph

FORECAST

Little Thomas and I are out in the yard, ripping up dead saplings by the roots so the wind won’t. Last week a gust sent... more

Manhunt, or Open Relationships Aren't Some Kind of Cakewalk, If That's What You're Thinking, I Mean, Seriously photo
May 1, 2011 | Fiction

Manhunt, or Open Relationships Aren't Some Kind of Cakewalk, If That's What You're Thinking, I Mean, Seriously

Tim Jones-Yelvington

Headline: DON’T SAY MOVIE UNLESS... more

HOBART Picks the 2011 Season photo
April 1, 2011 | Nonfiction, BASEBALL

HOBART Picks the 2011 Season

 





Stewart O'Nan,
Author of Emily, Alone, Last Night at the Lobster, and Faithful:... more

Seventh Inning Stretch photo
April 1, 2011 | BASEBALL, Nonfiction

Seventh Inning Stretch

Alice Lowe

 

America’s Game: It is the place where memory gathers.
 – Walt Whitman

1.
My mother, Brooklyn-born and raised,... more

Jesus Can't Hit A Curveball photo
April 1, 2011 | Fiction, BASEBALL

Jesus Can't Hit A Curveball

Patrick Walczy

He doesn’t float to the plate, just walks. A smattering of applause, what you’d expect on a Wednesday afternoon. “Now... more

The Mistakes of Summer photo
April 1, 2011 | Fiction, BASEBALL

The Mistakes of Summer

Wendy Oleson

 

Expecting Dodger Stadium to be half as awesome as Camelback Ranch

Asking husband why he can't lay down a bunt like... more

Dan Sanders Hits A Grand Slam photo
April 1, 2011 | Fiction, BASEBALL

Dan Sanders Hits A Grand Slam

Dan Sanders

Home to First: 


Is that really going out?  Really? Jesus. C'mon don't — Oh god damn it.  

Ok — head down,... more

The Nine Innings of Morrie Rath photo
April 1, 2011 | Fiction, BASEBALL

The Nine Innings of Morrie Rath

Aubrey Hirsch

Inning 1:

Morrie is all pins and needles going into his first at-bat. It's his first at-bat in a World Series... more

Two Baseball Atrocities photo
April 1, 2011 | Fiction, BASEBALL

Two Baseball Atrocities

John Dermot Woods

LATE SEASON

In Remington, concerned neighbors who had not seen Mrs. Gross, an elderly woman who lived alone in a corner... more

An Interview With Bradford Morrow photo
February 1, 2011 | Interview

An Interview With Bradford Morrow

Andrew Ervin

 

Memory is its Medium: 
A Conversation with Bradford Morrow

Bradford Morrow's latest novel, The... more

Aria photo
February 1, 2011 | Fiction

Aria

Spencer Wise

 

Before I left for the army, there were five of us camping in my father’s one-room cabin in Vermont. I watched a blond girl named Ingrid... more

To Be or Not to Be Isn't Really a Question &amp; The Green is Wrong photo
February 1, 2011 | Fiction

To Be or Not to Be Isn't Really a Question & The Green is Wrong

John Tway Zackel

 

Michiko takes a class to learn the guitar. The class is taught by a... more

The Cuckoo Clock photo
February 1, 2011 | Fiction

The Cuckoo Clock

Jody Brooks

 

My aunt willed me a cuckoo clock. It’s the clock I ran to watch every hour after school, waiting for the bird to pop out,... more

Monster, Days Like These, and Kept Curiosities  photo
February 1, 2011 | Fiction

Monster, Days Like These, and Kept Curiosities 

Katie Jean Shinkle

 

Monster

The Loch Ness Monster Had A Baby! the front cover of the supermarket rag says... more

Interview With: The NewVillager photo
January 1, 2011 | Interview

Interview With: The NewVillager

The Young Ocean

 

     

Editor’s Note:

The following interview was sent to Hobart unsolicited and un-pitched. It was... more

A Model Life photo
January 1, 2011 | Fiction

A Model Life

Andrew Scott

 

The Elders rented a two-bedroom unit in Building 16. The office staff knew Harv and Jean from their numerous complaints. Marvin... more