Short Story Sunday

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

‘Men paid me to eat’ by Natalie Lima in The Offing

‘Every day’ by Cath Barton in After the Pause

‘Berries’ by Chelsea Stickle in After the Pause

‘Now you’re part of it too’ by Olivia Kate Cerrone in Monkeybicycle

Dis’ by J.A. Pak in Litro

A new Ebola outbreak on American soil’ by Andrea Marcusa in Ghost Parachute

The red trees‘ by Joshua Begley in Ghost Parachute

What happens on Sundays‘ by Ope Adedeji in Barren

When I was house-like, inside‘ by Roppotucha Greenberg in Barren

Star-Crossed‘ by Jennifer Dickinson in Barren

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Short Story Sunday

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

Blank space‘ by Kathy Hoyle in Virtual Zine

Midnight on the moon‘ by Francine Witte in Milk Candy Review

We moved the Earth‘ by Kelly Duarte in Parentheses Journal

Hope they call it Dakota‘ by Cole Hersey in Parentheses Journal

Take what is left‘ by Kristin Tenor in Spelk

After the Wal-Mart closes in your hometown‘ by Meg Pillow Davis in Pithead Chapel

Onward‘ by Lori Cramer in Mojave Heart Review

In Italy, I’m a lover, a sinner and a time-traveller‘ by Ana Prundaru in Mojave Heart Review

 

 

Book Review Gift- Conversations with Dad

‘Conversations with Dad’ is a short collection of fiction that explores family, grief and mental health difficulties through stories that follow one woman after her father dies.

The individual stories are beautifully written and immersive, and they work together well to show one woman’s struggle and deeper issues about how we look at people who are struggling.

It’s available from Selcouth Station

https://www.selcouthstation.com/product-page/conversations-with-dad-by-jacqueline-robinson

Short Story Sunday

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

Nocturne‘ by Melissa Goode in Splonk Issue 1

Thunder’ by Emily Murtagh in Splonk Issue 1

Trace elements of departed lovers‘ by Karen Jones in Reflex Fiction

Suspended Animation‘ by M. McCune in the Compressed Journal of Creative Arts

What kind of person‘ by Jennifer Wortman in Threadcount

The Whole in the Center of Everything‘ by Cathy Ulrich in Threadcount