Stories by
Dawn West

I toss your boxers in our dirty laundry. I light a cigarette and kiss you. Smoke settles on my skin. I barely think about divorce papers.

Dawn West (b. 1987) has stories in or upcoming in Camroc Press Review, SmokeLong Quarterly, Necessary Fiction, and others.

LaFayette Blues in a bar. Two young men cast looks over whiskey. The Ohio night sweats on outside. They leave separately. They are careful.

Dawn West (b. 1987) lives in Ohio and writes little things. Her work has appeared in Four and Twenty and Fiction at Work.