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“THERE’S A GHOST in this house,” says Monica.
“Stop it,” says Nell, holding her palm up flat.
Just outside the window, beside a low, bare hemlock branch, a ghost is listening.
READ MORE … because there’s a lot of fiction in politics This week’s READ MORE is the poem, “And Then What America, And Then What?” (from a line by Milton Kessler). It was first published in our Manifest Destiny issue and we chose … Continue reading
fiction from the TLR Archive Giulio Mozzi A Happy Life SEVERO WAS A TALL MAN, solidly built, with the large chest and muscular shoulders of a swimmer, the long arms and long, bony fingers. His face wasn’t handsome; it was … Continue reading
Read: “Tana” by Giulio Mozzi Translated from Italian by Elizabeth Harris Online now at Words Without Borders Tana Giulio Mozzi The rain began that morning. Tana was coming home from school. Thursday afternoons they had sewing class, and now on … Continue reading
Dear readers and most especially writers, We frequently receive letters from readers responding to our “Read More” email publications—”What a wonderful poem, it made me think of …” “This one, not so much…” “Thank you for sending this!” and “Go … Continue reading