1. In the late morning, Jane sees she’s gotten a text from Louis. Little heart thump. Maybe today? I’m home by 6. I have to go to a wake at 7, she texts back. So just for a little. 2. Along with his ham sandwich, Roberto, Jane’s husband, has a beer at the kitchen table. He works at the Home… Read more →
Steven Ostrowski is a fiction writer, poet, painter and teacher. His work appears widely in literary journals, magazines and anthologies. He is the author of five published chapbooks--four of poems and one of stories. He and his son Ben are authors of a full-length collaboration called Penultimate Human Constellation, published in 2018 by Tolsun Books. His chapbook, After the Tate Modern, won the 2017 Atlantic Road Prize and is published in 2018 by Island Verse Editions. His short story, "Even on Good Nights," was a finalist for American Short Fiction's shorter fiction award and will be published on their website in the fall of 2020. He is a Professor of English at Central Connecticut State University.