Revisionist History

My short story, Revisionist History, is currently up over at Fantasy Magazine.

The first taste is free:

After their third fight about whose turn it was to switch the wet clothes from the washer to the dryer, and therefore whose fault it was that the clothes now smelled faintly of mold, Robert started writing on the walls. He took a magic marker he found jammed into an old soup can full of pens, went into the spare room which they never used, and closed the door.

Read the rest here.

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4 Responses to Revisionist History

  1. Again, Alison, cool story. I really enjoyed reading “Revisionist History.” I look forward to the next one!

  2. Jeff

    Congratulations on the publication, Ali. Will read on my lunch break, but just wanted to congratulate you – their guidelines say they take only 4-5 stories of the 400-500 submissions received!

  3. Jeff

    Have read it now.

    Enjoyed it thoroughly. Moving, frightening, humorous in the right places, sad. Stopping now before I sound like Jeffrey Lyons.

    Great, great piece.

  4. Thanks, guys, I’m really glad you enjoyed it!

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