My story “Schrödinger’s” was published in the March/April 2018 issue of Interzone.
A strip club doesn’t have to be female-unsettling, at least no more than anything else women go through like a step-dad with too-friendly hands, a boyfriend who calls you passable rather than pretty, or a mom who finds a way to get angry at every damn thing. That’s what Kandi and I told each other during those early days after we opened the club and started hauling in all that money.
“Interzone #274 has arrived with some great stories. Kandi and Jenn … Read more Read more
My story “Re-stitched” was published in the January 2018 issue of Split Lip Magazine.
It wasn’t Alicia’s catechism teacher, her mother, or even her sister who taught Alicia the truth about God’s grace and the redemptive power of skin robes. It was her stepfather, Larry McBride.
Alicia and her sister, Stephanie, sat side by side on the edge of Alicia’s bed in their matching flannel nightgowns. The clock on the wall read 1:36 am. Like most nights, Mom was working the late shift at the hospital.
Their stepfather stood less than a foot away. His eyes were … Read more Read more
Welcome to my virtual summer porch! There are even a few fireflies about. In other words, it’s a perfect night for a chat about all things writing. Christopher M. Cevasco was kind enough to drop by today to talk about his story “The Happy Island” now out in Corazon Books’ anthology, Distant Echoes. The anthology features selected Historical Novel Society Short Story Award winners and finalists from the past few years. To start things off, I’ll make introductions by shamelessly lifting Chris’s author bio!
Christopher M. Cevasco writes fiction inspired by history. Some of his most recent stories have … Read more Read more