Calyx Press has assembled a collection of short stories that are skillfully written […] in each story, there is something beautiful that will delight the reader.
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Prepare to be yanked away from your seats and spirited into a world of new possibilities…
The Forgetting by Sofia Mariah
“My name Nagaon—my name, my village before.”
Ah, same as me then—and same as Guildmaster Dhaka too, since he was named after his vanished city…
From the Rooftops by Jacob Ashton
Sometimes it was easier to know a person from their allotment than from their appearance, she considered.
Equatorial Ice by Illimani Ferreira
But this day, Dona Gardênia’s gaze was nowhere in particular. First she dropped her pole, and then she fainted.
Egg Tooth by Adam Berman
After a quick shower, two more eco-cigarettes and the last of my juice, I dressed and set out into the morning.
Roots by Vrinda Baliga
“Kalpavriksh?” Mira said, sceptically. “Never heard of them. And what do they mean by ‘experimental’?”
Equinox by Eileen Haley
That’s right, says a very distant voice in Gracie’s head; and for a moment – just for a moment – Gracie sees it that way. A freshwater creek flowing through bushland to join a freshwater Parramatta River…