Short Fiction

Short Fiction
Marissa Lingen

The Salt Path

At first the others didn’t trust Ilahi because he’d never killed anyone. But he could find things. This had been his job with their unit,

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Short Fiction
Crystal Lynn Hilbert

Soul of Soup Bones

Finding Drevený came first. An unrecorded town on the border of Slovakia—outgrown, emptied and overgrown since 1523—it knew no maps. Adrienne located its remnants just

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Short Fiction
Eden Robins

Cape to Cairo

Of all the things Alice is good at, she is the best at leaving. Jobs, lovers, apartments, things when they get difficult. There is not

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Short Fiction
E. Saxey

Not Smart, Not Clever

The lecture theatre I’m trying to enter holds three hundred, but the security doors only admit two people at a time. Smart. I wait with

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Short Fiction
Liz Argall

Falling Leaves

Charlotte and Nessa met in Year Eight of Narrabri High School. Charlotte’s family were licensed refugees from the burning lands and the flooded coast, not

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