I’m pretty happy to have a story published over at Eunoia Review. I think the editor, Ian Chung, is set to make a nice difference if he stays on his literary path, so it’s nice to have him recognize my writing in return.
This story fairly represents the obsessive, inward, dialogue-heavy style I’ve been developing in my fiction. It’s about a dead baby, to an extent. The title, “Baby Shoes, Never Worn”, is, of course, taken from the six-word short story often attributed (dubiously) to Hemingway:
For sale: Baby shoes. Never worn.