Review: “The Mere Wife” by Maria Dahvana Headley

Review by Alexander Pyles Few stories published today feel as mythical as Maria Dahvana Headley’s The Mere Wife. Not only does it tell an intimate tale of mothers struggling against one another and their sons, but it is a tale brought out from the fecund ground of one of the oldest tales in the world, Beowulf. … Read moreReview: “The Mere Wife” by Maria Dahvana Headley

“Deciding Vote” by Michael Kellichner

  Because the world shattered, water and shadow coalesced into Ehte, who became aware again for the first time since the world was formed.  Fluid darkness, he opened his consciousness and saw ragged, broken chunks floating off into the cosmos. Entire civilizations were collapsing, screaming cacophonous choruses.  Vague clouds of elements snaked away in vanishing … Read more“Deciding Vote” by Michael Kellichner