inspired by a true story* In hell, there are pockets of places that are worse: more hell. These are the places where the ashes fall so heavy you can’t see. The places where you’re close enough to smell the spilling blood. The places where you’re close enough to hear the fingernails scraping at the shower… [Read More]
Courtney Sender's fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in The Kenyon Review, AGNI, Tin House, Glimmer Train, American Short Fiction, and others, and her essays appear in The New York Times' "Modern Love" and Salon. A fellow of the MacDowell Colony and the Corporation of Yaddo, she holds an MFA in fiction from the Johns Hopkins Writing Seminars and an MTS from Harvard Divinity School.