In the era of Desert Storm trading cards, two boys get caught up in the jingoistic fervor encapsulating their Midwestern town. More
About: Sean Gill
Sean Gill is a writer and filmmaker from Akron, Ohio, who has won the 2016 Sonora Review Fiction Prize, the 2017 River Styx Micro-Fiction Contest, and The Cincinnati Review’s 2017 Robert and Adele Schiff Award in Prose. Other recent work has been published or is forthcoming in The Iowa Review, McSweeney’s, ZYZZYVA, Carolina Quarterly, and So It Goes: The Literary Journal of the Kurt Vonnegut Museum. He has studied with Werner Herzog, documented public defenders for National Geographic, and graduated from Oberlin College with the Comfort Starr Prize in History.