Stories from
June, 2010

Someone is adding a new wing to my house. It is ostentatious and without taste. The builders claim it is my wife, who remains incommunicado.

B. N. Landry lives in Austin, Texas. You can find more of his very short fiction on Twitter. Just follow @ShortestFiction.

Forgiveness as pure joy, she insisted. A ribbon-breasted finch warbled in its nest. Under the waterfall, his lantern like sunlight in rain.

Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé is a city hermit. He’s thinking of making clay miniatures for a recently repotted bonsai.

G’night, tweeple: 39 in my childhood bed, stuck here selling knives. Powerball is a losing dream. Down the gullet. Sleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep.

Sara Lippmann lives and writes in Brooklyn.