The moon is full, the sky cloudless. It is summer in Argentina — “All your friends in Ohio are shivering in the snow,” her mother told her the other day — but the nights are cool. She walks across the garden’s lawn toward the door on the other end. It is the door to the… [Read More]
Mark Brazaitis is the author of three books of fiction, including The River of Lost Voices: Stories from Guatemala, winner of the 1998 Iowa Short Fiction Award, and a book of poems, The Other Language, winner of the ABZ Press First Book Prize. His latest book of fiction, The Incurables: Stories, won the 2012 Richard Sullivan Prize and will be published by the University of Notre Dame Press in 2013. A former Peace Corps Volunteer and technical trainer, Brazaitis directs the Creative Writing Program at West Virginia University.