Alighting at Russell Square for his appointment at Faber & Faber, Tom saw the advert for a new exhibit at the British Museum and changed course. An hour remained before his editor arrived, full of circumspect praise. Intersecting the square on the diagonal, he strode toward the scarabs, sphinxes and papyrus awaiting him, free for the viewing. In the United… Read it
Annie has written three books of fiction. She is the winner of the A Room of One's Own Foundation Flash Fiction "Orlando" Prize, the 2012 Dana Award in the Essay, and the Litchfield Review Press Prize in Short Fiction for 'And Darkness was Under His Feet: Stories of a Family'