The Pale Pig

Fiction Kristen Gleason

With relief, Mr. Pop saw that the paddock was empty. They had not left the body to rot. He walked up to the door of the big red house at the base of the mountain and pressed the bell. He waited, the whir and the whip of propellers sounding above. Miss Lister came to the door, holding roots in her  [...]

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Issue 25



Winter 2017


Kristen Gleason’s fiction and poetry have appeared in FENCE, Fairy Tale Review, and Prairie Schooner.


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