Think of Sad

These days it’s hard to know whether the words coming out of Mom’s mouth are actually the same ones she’s got rumbling around in her head. Her doctor says the cancer cells have zipped around to every part of her body, crushing all the normal cells. Even her brain cells are mostly mush. Most of the...
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Shelley Wood

Shelley Wood worked for more than a decade as a medical journalist before trying her hand at fiction. Her short stories have appeared in the Nashwaak Review, the New Quarterly, carte blanche, and Room. She divides her time between New York City, where she is the editorial director for the Cardiovascular Research Foundation, and Kelowna, Canada, where she has a great man, a rascally dog, too many bikes, and a draft of her first novel.

Brian D’Agosta

Brian D’Agosta is a Denver, Colorado based artist, illustrator, and graphic designer influenced by science fiction, punk and heavy metal, art nouveau, and calligraphic type. These disparate influences appear in much of his work, often simultaneously. He is a proud father and graduate of Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design.


First Featured In: No. 4, spring 2016

F(r)iction #4

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