Joe Donnelly’s “Bonus Baby” brings us to the ball game but from inside the very center, from the pitcher’s point of view. The story takes place during a game—not just any game but a possible perfect game. We see how the pitcher’s life has led him to this moment.
How Mike Salisbury defeated communism with sex, drugs and rock and roll.
ANNOUNCING THE 2016 O. HENRY PRIZE STORIES THE BEST SHORT FICTION OF THE YEAR
May 19, 2016 By Literary Hub
We are very happy to announce the O. Henry Prize Stories for 2016, edited by Laura Furman, which will appear in an eponymous anthology this September, from Anchor. Read selected stories here:
Home is where the ART is
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Some strip-mall asada proves that everyday meals can also be great ones.
Originally published in The Argonaut Newspaper
Is there anything a cane-sugar Mexican Coke won’t cure?
I had one with my meal at Pepe’s Tacos the other day — right out of the tall, sexy, sweaty bottle — and my precognitive osteoporosis disappeared immediately. A hangnail that was thinking about hanging thought the better of it, and the inevitable bad breath from the Pepe’s Supreme burrito and three-taco combo plate I was about to eat passed me by as if I’d put lamb’s blood on my esophagus. It seemed to have landed on the guy eating a burger combo with fries at the booth next to me.
The Portland-based architect — who has designed everything from the floating Fennell Residence to the magical Miyasaka Residence in Japan — mines his spiritual, emotional, poetic and structural depths to create his “from the inside out” architecture. TREATS! meets one of the masters of organic architecture to talk wood and stone, learning to design in reverse order and how to “solve the problem in a beautiful way.” by Joe Donnelly