It’s a Small World Till a Loved One is Murdered | Guest Post by Kyle Anthony

In dark inner city basements. In sinkholes and caves and shallow graves. In ditches, riverbends, lakes, and streams.  In fifty-five-gallon drums filled with concrete. In ashes. All over the world, perhaps not far from where you sit reading, bones lie undiscovered. Searches have long been called off, the grieving mostly—if not completely—forgotten. Mothers, fathers, wives, … Continue reading It’s a Small World Till a Loved One is Murdered | Guest Post by Kyle Anthony

Why You Should Read Blood Drops by WB Welch

WELL HELLO, everybody. My name is Tory and this is my very first blog entry. If you're reading this I'm sure you're familiar with my frantic and neurotic tweets, my overuse of heart emojis, and what I'm sure you characterize as an obsession with author WB Welch and her collection of short stories, Blood Drops. … Continue reading Why You Should Read Blood Drops by WB Welch