Ago

Ago by A. Molotkov Do you rememberthat dog? How carelessly it leapedinto its own shortening future, each moment brightlike a winter star. How it chased the ball...

Banished

Banished by Marian Thurm At first he’d expected to be in mourning for the rest of his life; after all, his marriage to Amy had lasted forty-three years, mostly ...

The Battle

The Battle by Rebecca Reynolds Helen should have prayed before they left. In the morning, toasting waffles and gathering shoes and packing a tote bag with juice...

Sunday Driver

Sunday Driver by John Hazard When Weber dictates to Maud, his car’s robot girl, his favorite command is Show Map. He drops his voice to a baritone when he talks...

Chameleons

Chameleons by John Philip Drury 1.They can’t match backgrounds, really, but we needthe metaphor. Mom bought one at the circuswhen I was eight years old. She kep...

Empty Chairs

Empty Chairs A photo project by W. Scott Olsen We are a gregarious, curious species.  What is that? we ask.  Who are you?  Tell me...

Open Case

Open Case by Dan Campion Black, glossy squares of tile set offthe window of the jewelry shop,inside which navy velvet showsoff opals, diamonds, pearls, and gold...