There’s a certain hot rage when a man shows up at the door to take your mother on her first date since the divorce. The moment he says, “Hi, I’m […]
I rarely begin a story knowing where it will lead or if a character will hold up against a situation.
And So We Die, Having First Slept delivers a love story in which love is portrayed not by romance, desire, or grand gesture, but is defined by acceptance, commitment, and beating the odds.
Dad used to sing about bugs and windshields and fools in love. He’d said that’s what he was, a fool for Mom, that’s why he got mad sometimes.
“A Stone’s Throw from Home” was born out of frustration.
Flow through the asana. Focus on yourself; let the world melt away. Well, okay, maybe offer her a pacifier.
Congratulations to all Best Small Fictions selections (Sonder Press, 2019), including Lori Sambol Brody, whose story in jmww, “In Which We Drive the Transpeninsular, Mexico 1” made the cut!
“Do people often get lost in the desert?” Jack asked.
Sarah saw the stopper in her husband’s neck before detecting the one puncturing her own.
Her shape—long, rotund, dark gray except where damp sand smears her pelt—is the first mass we see at Tunnels Beach on Kauai, Hawai’i.