“A cable car trundled past, managing the incline. On the sidewalk, I glanced at the apothecary window, unable to read the signs presumably hawking herbal cures. I then caught sight of my reflection.

For a second, before the fear took over, my reflection looked pleased.”

Read story at Split Lip (published July 2018)

Featured in:

Entropy “Best of 2018: Favorite Fiction & Online Short Stories”

Australian Short Story Festival, “Emerging writers: coast to coast” panel, October 2018

Longform “Fiction Pick of the Week – July 2018”

Split Lip Blog: “Why We Chose It” by Katie M. Flynn

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