Monthly Archives: June 2010

New Story Posted: “Roots” by Caitlyn Cavanaugh

Cavanaugh’s new story, reminiscent of “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson, is frightening in its sweetness. Through subtle and unnerving brushstrokes, she leaves the reader with an awareness of the hidden dangers of rural America–but also, somehow, of fidelity. Excerpt: When … Continue reading

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The Curious Case of Kenneth Lamar Noid

Perhaps we live in an age of relative transparency. Certainly the world and our lives in it are more complex than ever (socially, politically, economically, sexually, etc.), but we as beneficiaries of the “information boom” still going on around us … Continue reading

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