Fireside Quarterly | Fall 2019

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(This is a printed edition, US shipping only)

In this issue:

  • “Lost Girl,” a story by Catherine Lundoff
  • “The Haunting of 13 Olúwo Street,” a story by Suyi Davies Okungbowa
  • “After Living with Him,” a poem by Okwudili Nebeolisa
  • “On the Other Side of the Line,” a story by A. T. Greenblatt, illustrated by Amanda Makepeace
  • “Radio Static,” a story by Carolin Jansen
  • “White Saviorism and the Brooklyn Hammer Murders,” an essay by Diana Lu
  • “What Cannot Follow,” a story by Eugenia Triantafyllou
  • “Personal Rakshasi,” a story by Suzan Palumbo
  • “The Emotional Beats of Becoming a Guide Dog Handler,” an essay by Elsa Sjunneson
  • “who i am,” a poem by Amber Bird
  • “FEMALE COMPUTER WANTED, APPLY WITHIN,” a story by Innocent Chizaram Ilo, illustrated by Reiko Murakami
  • “Baterías/Batteries,” a story by Patricia Coral
  • “The Boy on the Roof,” a story by Francesca Forrest
  • “I Send My Tower Walking,” a story by Amanda Helms
  • “Getting Out of the Cold: Revisiting Toxic Masculinity in Lethal Weapon,” an essay by Brandon O'Brien
  • “There Is No Beauty Without Resistance,” a story by Dominica Phetteplace, illustrated by Stephanie Singleton
  • “Where You Are Now Is Better Than Where You Were Before,” a story by Eliza Victoria
  • “For Mrs. Q,” a poem by C. S. E. Cooney
  • “Partially True (But Mostly Not),” a story by Sherin Nicole
  • “From Under the Peach Tree,” a story by Kerry Truong