ISSUE 18 FALL/WINTER 2014
Disappear Like an Owl
At the Diamond School of Dance
Whitefish Lake, Fifth of July
Translated by Edward Gauvin
A Neverending Bender
Translated by Jesse Lee Kercheval
¿Se oye el ruido de la limadura?
(Can you hear the sound of filing?)
Norbi Lábas Sings Ótöm Leves and We Think Again About Mortmain
Flirt’s Tragedy Redux
The Secret Lives of Little Girls
A Common Ancestor
Morning in Lower Boscaswell
Mark Jude Poirier
The Responsive Amens
What Beauty Sleeps
Sutherland in Concert
A Little Charm
Landscape of One Hundred Words
The Boy, Kandinsky, 1876
Our Lady of the Brilliant Sky
Translated by Kathleen Heil
One of the Last Things My Father Said to Me
May 21, 2015
We are extremely pleased to announce that Becky Hagenston’s “The Upside-Down World” and Christopher Merkner’s “Cabins” (Subtropics 16) have been chosen by Laura Furman to appear in The O. Henry Prize Stories 2015.
February 16, 2015
Our reading period for fiction and non-fiction will close on February 28th, 2015 rather than March 15th, 2015. The reading period for poetry will close on March 15th, 2015.
December 1, 2014
We are extremely pleased to announce that Chinelo Okparanta’s “Fairness” (Subtropics 14) has been chosen by Laura Furman to appear in The O. Henry Prize Stories 2014.
Congratulations to Peter Cameron, whose story “After the Flood” from Subtropics 15 has been selected by Jennifer Egan for inclusion in Best American Short Stories 2014.
Read to Write Stories has published an interview with Alex Perez (Subtropics 10) about his story “Eggs,” as well as a writing exercise about creating the world of the story.