What could they do but bribe him? The Red Cross driver, too young, cupped his colorless hands around another cigarette and repeated his refusal to take the three women to the field. It was against regulations, he claimed, just impossible. Sixteen hours after the latest cease-fire had begun, Carmen, Marina, and Gisele had cornered him… [Read More]
Robert Shuster is a regular contributor to The Village Voice's "Best in Show" visual arts column. His novel To Zenzi won the 2011 James Jones First Novel Fellowship award. His short stories have appeared in Mississippi Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, and Another Chicago Magazine and in the anthologies Micro Fiction, Yellow Silk, and Short Prose for Critical Readers.