Ghost Box Evolution is a haunting collection of vignettes, where everyday objects like rocking horses and straw wrappers become holy, and physical description stands in for the silent longing of young characters.
Aria Curtis’s story, “Birds of Paradise,” was selected by Rebecca Makkai as the winner of New South’s 2015 Writing Contest. Here, Aria answers a few questions from Assistant Editor Rachel Wright.
Alicia Wright’s poem, “We Are Always Both in the Field,” was selected by Roger Reeves as the winner of New South’s 2015 Writing Contest. Here, Alicia answers a few questions from our editors.