I suggest that no story, whether it’s fiction or nonfiction, is real. (Photo by Patrick Fore on Unsplash)

Fact And Fiction Are Different Truths

The more I read, the more I’m convinced that there’s no meaningful difference between fiction and the memoir we call nonfiction. Read...
Claire Rudy Foster of Luna Luna Magazine    |   02.16.18   |   SHARE
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5 YA Books For Any Feminist

When it comes to young adult literature, I love too much. Asking me to pick five of my favorite feminist young adult books is like asking a gardener Read...
Katie MacBride    |   02.4.16   |   SHARE

Flash Fiction: They'll Be Dehydrated

One crawled up the side of the bag and opened her wings, a hardtop convertible with legs. Read...
Kate Ryan    |   05.17.15   |   SHARE

Flash Fiction: A Restless Night On Earth

Like booster engines emptied of fuel, my limbs become disposable, useless tanks as the blood rushes from them. I adjust to the Read...
Kate Ryan    |   05.10.15   |   SHARE

Fiction Friday: At Fourteen

His mouth was soft. He could swear, make out, act indifferent, complain, and get embarrassed all in five minutes. Read...
Janet Shell Anderson    |   03.27.15   |   SHARE
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Baby On A Train: Flash Fiction

She knows you’re not supposed to call it an “it,” but she honestly can’t tell if it’s a boy or girl or . . . undecided. Read...
Kate Ryan    |   03.8.15   |   SHARE

Fiction Friday: We Were Many Things 

Together we are invincible, I said in the aftermath, my body humming pleasantly. We were many things, but we were not invincible. Read...
Hannah Sloane    |   03.6.15   |   SHARE
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Fiction Friday: Desperate Strangers

I could only spread my legs so wide because the dress was attached to garters which were attached to fishnets which were stuck in my boots. Read...