Archive for March, 2016

Sparrow’s Last Flight by Ronlyn Domingue

They reveal themselves to me, the sick and injured and nearly dead. Their little bodies punctured, broken, stunned. Sometimes, they bear no wounds or signs, but their surrender to my hands is confirmation that all is not well. The impulse to leave them alone isn’t nearly as strong as the wrench of compassion. What some […]

Ray Nessly Reviews “The Unfinished World and Other Stories” by Amber Sparks

Writer extraordinaire Amber Sparks, acclaimed by Paris Review, The New York Times, and The Washington Post among others, is back with The Unfinished World and Other Stories. As with her previous collection, May We Shed These Human Bodies, Sparks once again busts wide-open the outdated and false dichotomy between literary fiction and genre fiction. With […]