Monthly Archives: March 2014

“Casual, Flux” by Molly O’Brien

from Paper Darts March 25, 2014. Review by Charlie Geoghegan-Clements With the detachment of a scientific observer, Molly O’Brien’s “Casual, Flux” tells the story of a friendship becoming vaguely more, casual and in flux, as the title hints. The story is … Continue reading

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“Pioneers” by Lydia Conklin

from The Southern Review, Winter 2014. Review by A.W Marshall In Lydia Conklin’s “Pioneers” she reveals ten-year-old Coco’s sense of otherness and her eventual transformation into knowing she is in fact not a she, but a he. While this seems like a … Continue reading

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