We’ve just posted our four Fiction selections for Issue VI Volume I.
In Brass by Christopher Dunge, we find Fritch trying to work out how to make ends meet when Gwen drops in.
Lindsey’s new to her Northern Ontario town as she takes some big risks trying to find herself in Meagan Lucas’s Cola Colored Bubbles.
“Squeaky” tries to establish herself in a job where she might not belong in Tonja Matney Reynolds’ Creamed Corn and Ninja Stars, written in the 2nd person point of view.
Lucy works at the Pinal County Adult Detention Center’s as a correctional officer and at home to care for her aging grandmother. Circumstance turns pending tragedy into an opportunity to thrive in Andrew J Hogan’s Waatimachi, previously published in Oasis Journal 2015.
We’d also like to introduce our readers to Bull’s Dream, an abstract piece from artist Charles Wilson as the title page art for the main Fiction page.
Thank you and congratulations to everyone. Enjoy.