short stories and essays
A painting sets the author on edge as she sees how much it resembles her adult life in Los Angeles
Pool balls and backstabbing bitches
Lila walks away from a nuclear blast--and toward its center
A horse walks into a bar
The narrator and her father discover a fish in his heart--and the limits of family ties
Ayesha's husband is visited by Death, but has an out--provided he finds someone else to take his place
"Paris is good for heartbreak because you must buy fresh bread every morning..."
A man makes eggs for breakfast. Or doesn't.
The author grapples with the way her pregnancy impacts her personhood
Victor is torn between his art of bullfighting and his upcoming nuptials as the wedding costs keep rising
Even when you can talk to airplanes, your palms still get sweaty during takeoff
The author tries to hang constellations on life's disconnected dates, divorces, drinks, and dialogue