February 2019 | The Piltdown Review

February 2019

In the Long Ago

In the Long Ago

What do you call a scab that covers the entirety of your skin—the organ that takes the brunt when everything goes well, when everything goes to shit?
Piltdown Awardeth . . . our first fiction prizes!

Piltdown Awardeth . . . our first fiction prizes!

With no further ado, we’re pleased to announce the top three prize­winners in our 2018 Fall/Winter Fiction Contest!
Resurrection in Pivka

Resurrection in Pivka

We know the feeling of two arms embracing. But what is the feeling of one arm embracing?
deux nuages

deux nuages

A moment: there’s nothing more brief or revisited; enjoyable or painful; life-changing or damning. Moments are the kindle of dreams and nightmares.
Gift Shop

Gift Shop

They say that love’s not a game for three. But then again, they’re not a woman in her fifties—and they’ve never met Jamie.
Super Mario Bros. Coin

Super Mario Bros. Coin

We’re the most common item found in this two-bit overworld, but as we warped down the ultrasonic tunnel black, what I saw was a rather uncommon glow.

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