Later, when asked to speak about what happened for the second time, Harlen recalled that it was in fact a single object, faint and blurry one second, close and vibrant the next. It hovered overhead: two blazing parallel rods, about a hundred feet across, connected by a transparent, egg-shaped disk that expanded and collapsed like… [Read More]
M. X. Wang was born in Fenyang, China. He received his MFA from Purdue and won a 2010 AWP Intro Award in fiction. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in New England Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Prick of the Spindle, Day One, Juked, Driftwood Press, and Drafthorse, among other publications. He has recently completed his PhD in fiction at Florida State University and is currently a visiting assistant professor at Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama. He is working on a historical novel set in 1930s China.