Fireside Quarterly | Spring 2019

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(This is a printed edition, US shipping only)

In this issue:

  • “Balompié,” a story by Ana Hurtado
  • “Poison,” a story by Cyd Athens
  • “Medusa,” a poem by Rose Lemberg
  • “How to Say I Love You with Wikipedia,” a story by Beth Goder, illustrated by Cat O'Neil
  • “Faded,” an essay by Derek Newman-Stille
  • “The Jubilee,” a story by Sheree Renée Thomas
  • “You Are Bleeding,” a story by Alexandra Seidel
  • “Your Inheritance Will Taste of Salt,” a story by Karolina Fedyk
  • “Mother Tongue,” a poem by Jessica Cho
  • “Chiripas,” a story by José González Vargas
  • “Harassment Culture: You're Soaking In It,” an essay by Mikki Kendall
  • “My Sister is a House,” a story by Zoë Medeiros
  • “All the Hometowns You Can't Stay Away From,” a story by Izzy Wasserstein, illustrated by Matthew Davis
  • “Aging Elements,” a story by Ben Francisco
  • “Five Stories in the Monsoon Night,” a story by Nghi Vo, illustrated by Ora Xu
  • “Bubbles and His Biped,” a story by Mary Berman
  • “Change Comes Unevenly: Protecting Trans Rights with the Yes on 3 Campaign,” an essay by A. A. McNamara
  • “Larga Distancia/Long Distance,” a story by Raquel Castro
  • “The Telegrapher,” a poem by Rešoketšwe Manenzhe