He had a gun. There was a gun in the house. A gun a gun a gun. Yael told herself to stop it. Boaz was Tamar’s husband. Tamar was her sister. Half sister. Anyway, he could have a gun if he wanted a gun. The gun was resting in some kind of gun holder attached… [Read More]
Miriam Cohen's story collection, ADULTS AND OTHER CHILDREN, is forthcoming from Ig Publishing in Winter 2020. Her stories have appeared in The Black Warrior Review, StoryQuarterly, West Branch Wired, Cream City Review, The Florida Review, DIAGRAM, Carve Magazine, Cimarron Review, The Collagist, Bennington Review, Joyland, Fugue, Hobart, and Image. The recipient of a Carol Houck Smith Fiction fellowship at the Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing, she received her MFA from Sarah Lawrence College.