Current Issue

Stories & essays will be released on our website weekly starting in July/August.

Letter from the Editors
Aleksandra Hill, Kanika Agrawal, and Rowan Morrison

Special Content

Interview with Cynthia Zhang
Questions by Aleksandra Hill

Excerpt: After the Dragons
Out from Stelliform Press, 8/19

Fiction
Sin Eater
T. M. Hurree
 

Where Secrets Lie
Cindy Phan

 
Joshua Tong
 
J. C. Changmore
 
M. E. Bronstein
Non-Fiction
Art

“The Sunbird”
Iryna Iaroshenko

Previously Published

Categories

Category: Fiction

Fiction

Sin Eater

Adam keeps his grandmother’s restaurant afloat by serving sins illegally purchased from a nearby prison—but when a customer sends back a dish, Adam is faced with questions he’s not sure he wants to answer.

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Fiction

Banhus

Alice meets a man who loves languages, who consumes them as one would a delicious meal. She’s happy to teach him the Yiddish she knows—but he wants more. “Banhus” is about language, conquest, and finding freedom.

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Fiction

Electric Waterfalls

A solar panel was malfunctioning in Cluster 4, Quadrant 6 of the Prudhoe Array. Measuring approximately three hundred miles across and hovering one thousand feet

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Fiction

The Scumbling

Eliza’s mother was a talented artist without much time for family—until she died. Now, she needs Eliza for her last shot at fame, whatever the cost. “The Scumbling” is a haunting tale of ghosts, family, and broken love.

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Fiction

Where Secrets Lie

Alice’s father wants to kill the snake he finds in a crate of bok choy. But Alice sets the snake free into their family home, one more secret for its rotten walls to keep—until, finally, they can’t hold any more.

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Fiction

Matchmaker, Matchmaker

Esther and Chaviva are best friends who find themselves in direct competition for an arranged match with an off-world boy. Is a happily ever after possible?

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Fiction

Me and Seed Sheself

I been wid dis woman since she was small, and now is like we shell casing break in two, in three.  First ting I remember

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Fiction

Hiraeth Heart

We build the fire high just as the frosted fingers of dusk start to creep through the desert, the horizon unobstructed by the city skylines

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Fiction

Phoenix Tile

I take one more look at the mirror and check the angle of my pocket square. The suit looks good, but then it always does—one

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