August 12, 2017

The air clung to her skin, leaving it smelling faintly of the languid notes of cherry tobacco and sweat. It permeated the air and added to the scents that were so famously native to New Orleans. Margo loved the buildings along Decatur. They looked as if they were alive...

May 8, 2017

The soft tears of the begonias dewed softly in the early dawn as the creole moon journeyed to her bed. Before she could take her rest she had one last thing to do. The moon leaned down. Her shawl of silver moonbeams draped the bayou in soft light.

“Toad, Alligator, and...

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Fiction War Magazine is a quarterly independent literary journal published by Wolvesburrow Productions, Chicago.