Using this surrealism technique, each writer contributes a word, pulls six out of the hat at random, and writes a story in 750 words or less. Featuring Molly Giles, Stefanie Freele, Ethel Rohan, Daniel Levin Becker, and Peg Alford Pursell.
Peg Alford Pursell’s fiction has appeared in the Los Angeles Review, Staccato Fiction, Annalemma, Emprise Review & others. She’s an editor & lit reading series curator. pegalfordpursell.com
Stefanie Freele is a winner of the Glimmer Train Fiction Award and author of two short story collections, Surrounded by Water and Feeding Strays.
Ethel Rohan is the author of Hard to Say and Cut Through the Bone. She has published in World Literature Today, Tin House Online, The Rumpus, & elsewhere. ethalrohan.com
Janey Smith is the writer of The Snow Poems (forthcoming) and Animals. Her writing may be found all over the internet.
Daniel Levin Becker is reviews editor of The Believer and the youngest member of the Paris-based Oulipo collective.
Olga Zilberbourg writes fiction set in San Francisco, St. Petersburg, Russia, and places between. Her work’s appeared in Narrative Magazine, Santa Monica Review, HTMLGiant & elsewhere.