January 1, 2013

Home

By Madiha Sattar

2012 Kenyon Review Short Fiction Contest Runner-up   Mostly he shrieked endlessly in the sticky Karachi heat or when a bomb went off, and in those moments Zainab fantasized about […]

January 1, 2013

Sleeping Out

By Cassie Gonzales

2012 Kenyon Review Short Fiction Prize Winner   The Tunisian sky at night was the deepest black he had ever seen—the stars pulsed like living things, and he wanted to […]

January 1, 2013

Winter Clothes

By Andrea Dulanto

2012 Kenyon Review Short Fiction Contest Runner-up   We wore our winter clothes. “I don’t want to talk about it,” said Valerie. We were riding on the bus. “I want […]