Tag Archives: fiction

Caroline Sposto

The Conch Shell

Told through the voice of a resilient 5-year-old, a middle-class white family 
in the segregated South strives for stability 
despite the mother’s confinement in an iron lung. ... More

Miss Temptation

A soldier just back from Korea disrupts a small town’s daily ritual—and makes a pretty girl cry—in Kurt Vonnegut’s well-loved short story. ... More

The No-Talent Kid

Nothing could shake Walter’s determination to get into the marching band. So how could his conductor tell him how misplaced his ambition was? ... More

Gutted

The Post presents the winning entry in the 2010 Lorian Hemingway Short Story Competition ... More
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