January 1, 2016

Mars or Elsewhere

By Rob Howell

2015 Kenyon Review Short Fiction Contest Runner-up So that settles it. We’ll volunteer for Mars, the Moon, or any other rock science thinks to populate. Cheryl’s husband isn’t worth the […]

January 1, 2016

Black Harness

By Courtney Sender

2015 Kenyon Review Short Fiction Contest Runner-up There are so many boys. There are so many boys that Dinah can barely remember all of them. She writes their names on […]

January 1, 2016

Most Likely To

By Shasta Grant

2015 Kenyon Review Short Fiction Contest Winner Proctoring high school exams with Jason was fun and games except it wasn’t really that fun and it wasn’t a game. We were […]