Aminta wore pearls in her ears and a ring on her finger, but Martin didn’t care. She was visiting New York and stumbled up the Hudson to Poughkeepsie and the deli where he worked. She sounded out the whole word, delicatessen, as so few did these days. She went back to Greece two weeks later… [Read More]
Julia Mascioli is the winner of the Readers’ Choice Award from District Lit. Her fiction has appeared in the Bellingham Review, Buffalo Almanack, District Lit, and more. She co-edited the poetry collection The Untold Story of the Real Me: Young Voices from Prison from Free Minds Book Club & Writing Workshop and Shout Mouse Press. She has an MFA in Fiction from Emerson College, and is a proud member of the Pug Squad.