Posts Tagged "crystal lynn hilbert"

Little and Red

by on Feb 12, 2016 in Poetry | 1 comment

I bake. For the feral women of the forest, the wolves and bears and ancient beasts, I bring cakes. My basket cream-plump, jam-stuffed, I walk the breadcrumbs, my mother’s footprints star-spattered flour marking a path between the trees. Listen— you can hear the wolf women sing. An old...

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Soul of Soup Bones

by on Jun 3, 2014 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

3400 Words Finding Drevený came first. An unrecorded town on the border of Slovakia—outgrown, emptied and overgrown since 1523—it knew no maps. Adrienne located its remnants just the same; wild roses, a crust of scattered masonry in a pitted field, bomb-broken from an old war. The...

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