Meet Lydia, a cheerful woman on the hunt in New York City for her parked car. Despite vibrant memories, her loyalty to the past is trumped only by the fact that it doesn’t exist outside of her imagination.
A spy has 24 hours to kill on the lam. Will he make it through them alive?
A little girl confesses a sin that has yet to occur in this gripping tale set in Ireland.
The parallel story that juxtaposes the importance of a single piece of rice.
The winner of the Two Roads Diverge contest explains inspiration, first lines and endings.
Enter your short story in our “Two Roads Diverge” contest for the chance to win $1,000 and feedback from Colum McCann.
When his missing wife returns from the dead, Frank Biggins gets nervous.
A phrase heard as a child comes to fruition in the second-place winner of “Crime Pays.”
A wayward traveler stumbles upon some old-fashioned Southern hospitality in the third-place winner of “Crime Pays.”
“I cannot lie: This is my first attempt at writing crime.”