“These stories are heartbreaking, telling the truth about life and death and what it takes to keep going. They… provide a kind of training in what it means to be human.”
— Sarah Stone, author, Hungry Ghost Theater
Nimrod International Journal: Awards Issue #37
The 2015 Lascaux Review Prize Anthology, Finalist
Literal Latte, Fiction Prize Winner, 2015
Pooled Ink: 2015 Norther Colorado Writers Contest Winners, Editor's Pick
What do you do when your husband is dying and your young daughter just got kicked out of elementary school for casting spells a la Harry Potter? Evelyn knows that goodbye means tears and rage, irritation and irrationality, bargaining and begging… but she learns that there’s room for grace — and a little magic — too.