My father has five sons, but today he will take me fishing, and not on a lake. We will go far out where the sky’s round lid covers the sea. The street lights cut triangles from the afternoon shade forming under the roof of our apartment. I close my eyes and sniff my way to… [Read More]
Nhi Huynh worked as a Vietnamese interpreter for seven years. A winner of the Piccolo Spoleto Fiction Open, she received an Artist Enrichment Grant from the Kentucky Foundation for Women. Her work has appeared in The Kenyon Review, the annual Writer’s Digest Short Short Story Competition Collection, and other publications. She has completed a novel and a collection of short stories. Currently, she is serving as a fiction and poetry editor at The Chautauqua Journal, a newly founded journal of literature, culture, and the arts, to be published by Eastern Kentucky University.