Short Fiction

Short Fiction
Benjanun Sriduangkaew

That Rough-Hewn Sun

They take a circumspect path through the city, down tight alleys where seers’ familiars—moths and wasps, dragonflies and detached mandibles—can relay what they see to

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Short Fiction
Bianca Sayan

Sheri, At This Very Moment

Our reunions are incredibly imbalanced. She just saw me yesterday. It was fraught, me clinging to her, sloppily giving her promises. I’ll take care of

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Short Fiction
Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki

O2 Arena

How she had shrunk in such a short while, I couldn’t understand. I held her bony hand in mine, rubbing it on my cheek, desperate

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Short Fiction
Yilun Fan

City Lights

In the end, they both dropped out of school to found City Lights. They had a simple creed: Anyone can dance, regardless of whether you’re

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Short Fiction
Lavie Tidhar

It Happened in ‘Loontown

Balloon trumpeters played a jazzy tune on the stage. Boppers bopped and hoppers hopped and the crowd thickened around the bar where shots of warm

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