I realized that the heart of the story was not the cranberries or the road trip or Thanksgiving dinner, but what was missing.
Fish is skilled at using small twists to make every story its own micro-masterpiece.
We’re proud to have so many of our contributors’ stories in jmww recognized in this year’s wigleaf Top 50 and longlist: Top 50 Tara Laskowski, “The Jar,” JMWW (August 2016) […]
Exquisite Duet (formerly Exquisite Quartet) is not so much a composition between two writers, but rather something created within the murky midlands of each author’s mind, yet set off by […]
Ultimately, the beauty of Rift lies both its scope and its detail. Even on the second read through, every story held its own surprises, some small, some large, all profoundly human.
In this ORIGINS, Kathy Fish discusses the origins of her haunting piece, “Space Man,” published in Keyhole Digest. It’s not often that I take on Death in my fiction, but […]