By Megan Thomas This year, my short story was published in Cheval 12, an anthology published in 2019 for the Terry Hetherington Young Writer's Award by Parthian Books. I’m no longer eligible to submit a story or poem in 2020’s award (in spite of the name “Megan Thomas”, I’m not actually Welsh), but it was…
Reviews and GIVEAWAY
"You live through certain things before you understand them. You can't always take the analytical position."
Ryan O'Neill's 101 retellings of the Australian classic short story, The Drover's Wife by Henry Lawson.
"That's the catch about betrayal, of course: that it feels good, that there's something immensely pleasurable about moving from a complicated relationship which involves minor atrocities on both sides to a nice, neat, simple one where one person has done something so horrible and unforgivable that the other person is immediately absolved of all the low-grade sins of sloth, envy, gluttony, avarice and I forget the other three."
“Ayoola summons me with these words—Korede, I killed him.”
Flash fiction imaginings of the alternate lives of Jeff Goldblum.