Stories from
October, 2019

They said there was something new in her paintings afterward—something new in her old paintings. Context, maybe. Regret. And the faces.

Daniel Galef is landscape-oriented.

When I ask him why he drank the drain cleaner, he says: I hoped you would be the first thing I saw when I woke up in the hospital.

J. Bradley lives at

She tried to write a story, but it was already written. This story is also not new.

Mayee Zhu lives in North Carolina and overthinks. She overthought this bio, too.

The only thing my neighbors and I ever agreed upon was that we’d never talk again once the wall was finished.

David Farran is a short fiction writer from Adelaide, Australia.