Bunny has a gun and she’s off her meds again. She hovers around table #6 because she’s sweet on Spanish Pete, who always eats alone on All-You- Can-Eat Taco Night at Fiesta Cantina. From the kitchen, we watch them flirt. They are old, married to other people, and unhappy most of the time. Shelby, my girlfriend, flicks my ear for…

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Jeff Landon

Jeff Landon’s short fiction has appeared in Mississippi Review, Other Voices, Phoebe, Another Chicago Magazine, Crazyhorse, and other places. He has also had short(er) fiction in Wigleaf, Smokelong Quarterly, FRiGG, and, again, other places. He has two books out: a flash fiction novel, Emily Avenue (Fast Forward Press), and a collection of shorter fiction, Truck Dance (Matter Press). He lives and teaches in Richmond, Virginia and long ago received his MFA from George Mason University.

Enrica ‘Eren’ Angiolini

Enrica ‘Eren’ Angiolini was born in Rome in 1988. Raised in a family rich with creativity, she developed a deep love for art—illustration and photography, in particular. She studied foreign languages in high school and college, gaining a Bachelor’s degree in Japanese Language and Culture. Throughout her entire life, she never put aside her passion for drawing. She worked as an illustrator and cover artist until she started a career as a comic colorist in 2015. After some brief collaborations with several editors (Dark Horse, Aspen Comics), she is now working on her first full series for Titan Comics.

First Featured In: No. 7, spring 2017

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