Short Story Sunday

These are the stories that have stayed with me this week:

But not Bella by Louella Lester in Reflex

Heat by Kirsten Vail Aguilar in Jellyfish Review

Why feel lucky when you can feel hopeless by Sharon Boyle in Reflex

Our giant dipper roller coaster of Santa Cruz by Dan A. Cardoza in Apple in the dark

Casual contact by Laura Ingram in Apple in the dark

Elements: A Family Album by Genevra MacPhail in Apple in the dark

Some children are gifts, some children are not by Sarah M Jasat in Reflex

Publication day and book launch details!

It’s publication day for Families and Other Natural Disasters! Out now from the fabulous Reflex Press

The book launch is a virtual tea party

3pm GMT, Saturday 14th Nov, on Zoom

Featuring readings from myself, Farhana Khalique , Sadie Nott with guest appearances by book cover earrings and a book cover cake from the talented Emily Randall

email me at coffeeandpaneeratgmaildotcom me if you and a cup of tea would like to attend

Short Story Sunday

These are the stories that have stayed with me this week:

River body, body woman by Jenee Skinner in the Cincinnati review

Rules of the rats by Renee Agatep in Ellipsis

The kudzu eaters by Elizabeth Hart Bergstrom in Longleaf Review

The moon at noontime by Eileen Tomarchio in Longleaf Review

The space of continuous decline by Mary Grimm in Longleaf Review

Sometime in the middle of a long summer by Madeline Hanley in Milk Candy Review

Flight by Elle Michael River in Reflex

The female bartender you meet in a sports movie by Maddie Anthes in MonkeyBicycle

The reality star gets her start on a dating show by Kyra Kondis in OkayDonkey

Tracking Charlie by Atriya Ghosh in the Fiction Pool

Short Story Sunday

These are the stories that have stayed with me this week:

Burial suit by Hannah Lee in Storgy

A brief catalog of perfect women by Liz Breazeale in Kenyon Review

My husband’s second wife by Sara Schaff in Kenyon Review

One milky window by Tara Isabel Zambrano in Forge lit

Over the hills and far away by Sutton Strother in the Cabinet of Heed

Dale’s shoe emporium by Amy Barnes in the Cabinet of Heed

Get gone by Tania Hershman in Reflex

 

Short Story Sunday

These are the stories that have stayed with me this week:

Context by Jose Hernandez Diaz in Lost Balloon

The harvest by Andrew Bertaina in Atticus Review

Cherry Coke and mint pulao by Anurag Andra in Necessary Fiction

Dear Miss Diamond Lace by Ry Adams in the Temz Review

The girl who cried by Ope Adedeji in the Temz Review

Dead weight by Raven Leilani in New England Review

Simple battery by Maria Thomas in New England Review

Post partum by Louise Rimmer in Reflex

How we coped with the giant robots by Anna Cabe in Gordon Square Review

The apocalypse in stages or Your First Kiss by Miranda Williams in Gordon Square Review

The machine room by Nathan Willis in Gordon Square Review

Eid Mubarak by Yasmine Rukia in Gordon Square Review

Forever 21 by Taylor Byas in Jellyfish Review