September 4, 2017

Why We Chose It

By Caitlin Horrocks

“Light Year,” by Maria Kuznetsova appears in the July/Aug 2017 issue of KROnline. Some stories catch my eye because I don’t recall having read anything like them: they wear their […]

May 4, 2015

A Reading from AWP

By Caitlin Horrocks

Ed. Note: Fiction Editor Caitlin Horrocks wrote the following story for the “New Voices at the Kenyon Review” panel presented at AWP last month. The story is composed entirely of lines […]

April 1, 2015

Why We Chose It

By Caitlin Horrocks

Rolf Yngve’s “A Prerogative” I try not to make sweeping pronouncements about what does and doesn’t work in short stories, because I’ll always turn out to be wrong. But I’ve […]

February 3, 2015

Why We Chose It

By Caitlin Horrocks

“Dead Dresses” by Rachel Cantor Rachel Cantor’s story “Dead Dresses,” which appears in the Jan/Feb 2015 print issue, begins like this: “It being an odd day, they meet on Emmilloni’s […]

April 6, 2014

Why We Chose It

By Caitlin Horrocks

On “Beauty in the Age of Chaos and Savagery” by Michael Nye I think some writers suspect editors of taking a ghoulish pleasure in saying “no” to a submission, the […]