Fiction • April Wolfe
You were sitting in her 1989 cherry-red, rusted Cavalier when she told you. And you were not prepared to respond.
You’d already skipped first-period religion twice this semester. Both times were with her and Snoop and Dre, the tinny stereo in the car always bumping “Gin and Juice,” the [...]
April Wolfe’s stories have appeared recently in Quarterly West the Collagist, Barrelhouse, and the Pinch. A writer and filmmaker, she lives in Los Angeles where she is a fellow at the Los Angeles Institute for the Humanities.
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