The Goldfish

Fiction Susie Mee

I dream of goldfish. I dream of goldfish exhaustively. My dreams are a sketchbook of goldfish, an anthology enclosing the absence of everything else, even myself, all my possessions, my canvases cooling in the corner but still heated, I can feel the heat through the cracks, my family, little  [...]

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Issue 23



Fall 2015


Susie Mee’s books include the poetry collection The Undertaker’s Daughter(Junction Press) and the novel The Girl Who Loved Elvis (Peachtree). She is the editor of Downhome: An Anthology of Southern Women Writers (Mariner).


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