An IN THE AIR Excerpt: “Wind Advisory” by Lorraine Schein

(Anemos—Gr., wind) An anemometer sprouted from the skull of the Anemometriste. Its fleshy stem was a second neck growing from the top of her skull. Four hemispheric cartilage cups extended from it—a double set of ears whirring over her head. She could tell the source of each wind filling her by the sound the tree…

A TRANSCENDENT Excerpt: Elana Gomel’s “Dreaming of Ravens”

“You are lucky,” he said, unconsciously echoing my foster mother. “I had patients who tried to kill themselves because they could not bear their nightly terrors.” “I would rather have nightmares than oblivion.” “Trust me, you wouldn’t. Look, we all dream. We have to. This is how our brains process the information we acquire during…

A TRANSCENDENT Excerpt: Lorraine Sharma Nelson’s “Liminal State”

The empty street loomed before her, quiet save for an unsettling rustling. Leena quickened her steps, her stilettos clicking loudly on the sidewalk. Where was that stupid cab? Her phone app showed it waiting at the corner of First and Main. But she’d turned the corner to another vacant street. Screw it. I’ll walk the…

Intern Diaries: Lost Alice Sneak Peek

Hello, Feisty Ones! It’s almost October, and I am so hyped. I love the weather this month brings. I’m a huge fan of all things Halloween, and I will have my dorm decked out in it. I’d like to kick off the almost beginning of October by sharing with you a story I have been…