Jennifer S. Deayton on "Swimming in Hong Kong" by Stephanie Han. The collection is, according to Deayton, "More observational than plot-heavy, Han’s stories revolve around characters who find themselves at breaking points both large and small." Click here to read the full review!
Hear Elizabeth Trundle's "Sift"
Listen to this excellent audio recording of an excerpt of Elizabeth Trundle's story "Sift" from the current issue.
Megan Persichetti reads; Jim Coleman engineered the recording.
Elizabeth Trundle has degrees from Brown University and Hollins College. As Boo Trundle, she performed and recorded original music, which was released through an imprint of Caroline Records. She has also written for textbooks in the subjects of math and literature. She gathers her thoughts online at www.itchybanquet.com.