Adam Stumacher

Adam Stumacher’s fiction has appeared in Granta, Best New American Voices, TriQuarterly, Massachusetts Review, and Sun, and won the Raymond Carver Short Story Award. After living in Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East, he currently resides in Boston, where he teaches at Grub Street and in a public high school, and is working on a novel.

Summer 2013

Refuge

By Adam Stumacher

I. Claire unwinds her scarf and gets to work setting up the metal detector. Her usual job is to search the backpacks while Jackson, the other school police officer, handles […]