December 2018 | The Piltdown Review

December 2018

Truck Stop Angels

Truck Stop Angels

Angel or no angel, the only thing that truly matters is backing up to that loading dock in St. Louis on time. And maybe this one story.
The Departure of Uncle Boris

The Departure of Uncle Boris

It costs you nothing to accept the fact of an old aunt’s vision—until suddenly that growing mania creeps inside you, seeking to nest and incubate.
Welcome to the Fatherland

Welcome to the Fatherland

No one knows the son except the father, and no one knows the father except the son. But good luck convincing the son of that.
Smoke

Smoke

I make it my general practice not to drink and write. At least, I try not to drink when writing fiction.

Recent

Upcoming

  • Calanques
    a poem by Jose Oseguera
  • Elegy for Easy Seasons (or, Internal Seasons in Disarray)
    a poem by Bree Devones Hsieh
  • Permanent Guest
    a story by John Lauricella
  • Mothership
    a poem by Ken Farrell
  • A Strong Premonition of Death Struck Me This Morning
    a story by William Shunn
Track your submissions at Duotrope