January 1, 2014

Town of Birds

By Heather Monley

Town of Birds In the town where the children turned into birds, we were not as surprised as you might imagine. Children have always been changing into things—becoming things you […]

January 1, 2014

Sculptures

By Clarke Clayton

I. His studio was always littered with the clay torsos of girls like us, ones with shallow navels and rib cages faintly visible underneath mottled skin. Louisa’s father was a […]

January 1, 2014

Hurricane

By Wes Holtermann

2013 Kenyon Review Short Fiction Contest Runner-up  Before the hurricane, we shook. We went to work and walked dogs, minded our own business basically, and shook like leaves. I thought […]