poem

After Living With Him

by Okwudili Nebeolisa

It was the question I had been dreading for a while, knowing that one day someone in the family would ask

A woman looks on longingly at the shadow of her lover

short story

On the Other Side of the Line

by A. T. Greenblatt

I’ve never seen a complete message come through the Line. Only fragments.

Oct 13, 2019 | news

An Apology

by Pablo Defendini

Last week I had to cancel some books. The way I went about doing this was not consistent with Fireside’s values. I’d like to offer some explanations and apologize.

Oct 8, 2019 | news

About our Acquisitions

by Pablo Defendini

On Monday morning, I sent out messages reverting the rights on five unpublished and unannounced manuscripts that we acquired last year during our novel and novella acquisitions period. In the last day or so there’s been lots of rumor and speculation, so I wanted to explain what’s going on directly.

short story

The Haunting of 13 Olúwo Street

by Suyi Davies Okungbowa

But you don’t really know anything about being haunted, do you? You’re thinking about this all wrong.

short story

Lost Girl

by Catherine Lundoff

I may or may not be a victim. I don’t remember how it happened.

cuento corto

La caja

por Iliana Vargas

… cuando entregás tarde el bichito este, aunque sea un minuto, se despierta y hace un caos con el envase y la caja hasta que se sale …

poem

Questions to Grow Up On

by Ashley Deng

you call yourself caribbean?
your skin’s too light, your name too asian
you did not know the island life

cuento corto

Puebla de los ángeles

por Libia Brenda

Si esa ciudad la van a construir los conquistadores, ¿quiere decir que ahora los ángeles trabajarán con el clero español y serán sus aliados?

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