20 Months Old, I Remember Jellyfish

Jellyfish Review

Stories

On the Wings of a Cormorant, by LaRue Cook
Timbre and Tone, by Sudha Balagopal
Enamel, by Chelsea Ruxer
Apology #7: The Ottoman or I Feel Bad about Plaid, by Edward Hardy
Animal Control, by Barrett Travis
Therapy Cat, by Meg Pokrass
Galileo’s Other Job, by Roger Meachem
I Could Close My Eyes to Avoid Further Injury, by Ingrid Jendrzejewski
These Hands, by Yasmina Din Madden
A Kind of Kind Thing to Do, by GJ Hart
No One, by AJ Atwater
Ocean Songs for the Nursery, by Jane-Rebecca Cannarella
Horses, by Geordie Williams Flantz
Vanishing Man, by Jack Somers

Editor’s Note

This month sees a number of stories focused on the body and on disappearing. Hair and teeth and eyes and hands all play important roles. In one piece, the body slowly vanishes under the…

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Author: Sudha Balagopal

Sudha Balagopal's fiction straddles continents and cultures. She is the author of a novel, A Dawn, a novel, and two short story collections. Her short fiction has been published in journals around the world and nominated for the Pushcart Prize, Best Small Fictions, will appear in Best Microfiction 2021, and is listed in the Wigleaf Top 50. Her novella-in-flash, Things I Can't Tell Amma, is forthcoming from Ad Hoc fiction July, 2021.When she’s not writing, she teaches yoga. More at www.sudhabalagopal.com

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