Fiction • Maile Chapman
This morning I received a letter ostensibly from my friend Niklas Nummelin, fifteen years almost to the day since the accidental sinking of his ship and his presumed death by drowning somewhere off the Finnish coast of the Bay of Bothnia.
The letter doesn’t contradict the version of events we [...]
Maile Chapman has been living in County Wexford, Ireland since completing a Fulbright Fellowship in Turku, Finland, where she visited early twentieth-century sanatoria and other functional public buildings. She is returning to the States this fall to be a Schaeffer Fellow in Fiction at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas. Her fiction has been published in Post Road, 3rd Bed, and Best New American Voices.
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