Posts tagged “magical realism”

  1. “You are the butter to my bread, and the breath to my life” ― Julia Child

    First of course, Roxane breaks the terrible news: The Butter is saying good-bye.

    HUGE, teary thanks to all you brilliant Butter writers, so much butter to our bread. It's been a joy to read and publish your work. And to you readers for loving it all as much as we did.

  2. Raised in a rustic house in the woods of North Carolina by parents who discouraged televisions and other such modern entertainments, Kendra Fortmeyer describes a “gorgeous childhood” complete with a story-telling grandfather who would type the tales she narrated to her dolls.

    Now a fiction editor for Broad! Magazine and recipient of an MFA from the University of Texas at Austin, Fortmeyer has established herself as an emerging writer of note, with publications in PANK,

  3. Previously in this series: How to tell if you're in a Dorothy Parker story. You are in a library that may not exist. You are having a terrible time. It is unclear whether you have been writing the story, or the story has been writing you. You visit the south of Argentina, where something terrible happens to you. You are standing inside a sphere. Its center is everywhere and its circumference is…