In my mind, all leather-bound books have full mustaches and conservative values. Their smell can establish any room as an office, but I’m not a fan of their overall aesthetic. I’d recently moved with my boyfriend, Abe, and his lot of old books, into a crumbly house in Morgantown. With him in law school and… [Read More]
Sadie Shorr-Parks lives in Shepherdstown, West Virginia where she works as a lecturer at Shepherd University. Her writing has appeared in Appalachian Heritage, Sierra Nevada Review, Defunct Magazine, Blueline, LINES+STARS, and in two anthologies: Gutters and Alleyways: Perspectives on Poverty (Lucid Moose 2014) and Best of LINES+STARS: 2009-2010 (L+S Press). Her book reviews appeared in The Iowa Review and Southern Literary Review.