Whale Eye

This is what I foresaw: the morning Ari Haileysdottir comes trotting up the trail in her heavy winter robes, she will not look directly at me, in keeping with village custom, but will not not look at me either. On her head will be a bright blue top hat, just like the ones that used…

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Dan Tremaglio

Dan Tremaglio is the author of Half an Arc & Artifacts & Then the Other Half. His stories have appeared in numerous publications, including Gravel, Tammy, Literary Orphans, and Flash Fiction Magazine, and twice been named a finalist for the Calvino Prize. He teaches creative writing and literature at Bellevue College outside Seattle where he is a senior editor for the journal Belletrist.

Braeden Sherrell

Braeden Sherrell is a science fiction and fantasy illustrator based out of Portland, Oregon, and has his BFA in illustration from PNCA. His work centers around journey and discovery: all of the pain, beauty, and color it brings. He loves D&D, drip coffee, and is oddly into Gears of War.

First Featured In: No. 19, summer 2023

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