November 2018 | The Piltdown Review

November 2018

Piltdown Giveth . . . a $500 prize!

Piltdown Giveth . . . a $500 prize!

The Piltdown Review’s 2018 Fall/Winter Fiction Contest is now open. Submit your very best work for a chance at our $500 first prize!
A Paper Clip

A Paper Clip

Beauty is right there in front of you, and ugliness is right there too. You can take your pick.
The Lost Works of Pablo Müller-Wessely

The Lost Works of Pablo Müller-Wessely

Rumors of the existence of a substantial corpus in the poet’s native German, however uncanny, are what motivated an Andean expedition of our own.
This Sentence Is a Metaphor for Bridge

from This Sentence Is a Metaphor for Bridge

We’re here because we trust that you won’t leave, because these fallen leaves distort death’s face.
Kids on Division Street

Kids on Division Street

Upstate, it takes a very particular kind of bond to make us unafraid to whisper about who we are, and all the things we’ve done.
Irene

Irene

Never let go—not of memories, of friendship, of dreams, of hope, of love, or of the life you have. That was Irene’s final lesson.

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