Brian Leung gives us a fun social commentary in this quirky and audacious novel. Readers of his earlier novels will find familiar themes around societal fault lines, but the real joy here is the pitch-perfect parody...
And the winners are…
We’re thrilled to announce the winners of our 2017 Writing Contest!
Micro Prose: Two pieces by Kiley Reid
Matt Chomiak says that you drive by my house late at night when you shouldn’t be driving.
Micro Prose: Subject: Lay Off the Lays by Kim Magowan
Larry, emailing because you aren’t in your office, despite the fact that we have a division meeting in forty-five minutes, and you’ve skipped the last three.
Micro Prose: Two pieces by Justin Carter
Last season, the beach moved in three more feet, the houses built on stilts above grass now above sand &, before the decade ends, above water.
Current Issue: 12.2
Fiction, Nonfiction, and Poetry by...
Micro Prose: Richey by Jacob Moore
I found Richey Edwards’ body in the stream behind my house. It had metamorphosed into a pile of wet stones.
Micro Prose: The Recommendation by Kara Vernor
We’re eating at this fancy restaurant when the waitress recommends the peppers. “They’re not spicy,” she says. “Only one in ten are spicy.”
Micro Prose: Interstate Intestine by Dustin M. Hoffman
This wasn’t supposed to be fun. We were moving our lives, not taking a road trip.
Micro Prose: Parallax by Stephanie Bento
Parallax parallax, n. [pærəlæks] 1. You always drove whenever we’d take a road trip anywhere. Which was just fine with me. I’d sit beside you, staring out at the moving scenery or memorizing your profile. Sometimes I’d fall asleep to the gentle rhythm of the car treading along the asphalt and then we’d hit a... Continue Reading →