The holiday season is upon us and here at Atticus Review, we’re bound to celebrate in our own twisted way. If you’re looking for jingle bells and mistletoe, you’ve come to the wrong place. Short stories, flash fiction, and poetry that will linger with you through the new year? We’ve got you covered.
In This Issue:
“The Cooperative Society for the Benefit of Me” A short story by Joseph O’Malley
“The Secret Thoughts of Thomas, the Clerk in Men’s Wear” A flash fiction by Charles Rafferty
“Virgin Martyr” A poem by Amber Koneval