Mother watches him from a stand of poplars growing out of the dunes. She’s kept still for five minutes already, and the boy hasn’t turned around. Mother is wearing dark clothes and will be hard to see among the trees, she knows. She is as skinny as a poplar, and the hollows in her face… [Read More]
Hadley Moore's fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in the Indiana Review, Knee-Jerk Magazine, and The Drum Literary Magazine. She is at work on a novel and a collection of stories, and is an alumna of the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College.