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(c) 2017, John Mueter In the years afterwards I was often asked whether we felt anything at the moment of impact. I remember feeling a slight shudder–we all felt it, I think. I was on duty in the pantry, inspecting and stacking dinner plates. For a minute or so they all rattled a bit. It […]
(c) Andres Fragoso, Jr., 2017 Barefoot I stand over the edge of the pool. Water swells beneath waiting for my soul. I look ahead. My father cringes when he sees Kyle hold my hand. What is my father doing here? He places his hands in a circle around his mouth and screams. I’m sure he’s […]
(c) 2017, Madison Lawson I decide to write her a letter. Texting is too informal. Calling or talking in person is too scary. So, I’m going to buy stationary. And a new pen. Not that I don’t already have paper and pens at home, but it all seems… unworthy of the letter. So I go […]
Monthly Archives: March 2014
You might enjoy this story by Anel Viz, an author who has supported Wilde Oats since its very earliest days. Somehow, when I saw this picture it made me think of that story.
Three melancholy tales from our archives. It wasn’t on purpose. They just happened to be the next three I was uploading. They are all in some way about first loves. Born Again by Michael Gouda Almost Home by Don … Continue reading
Naturally, our writers don’t just get published in Wilde Oats. Byron Edgington‘s The Sky Behind Me is available on Kindle, here. It’s a story based on his forty year career in the cockpit of military and commercial helicopters, and is … Continue reading
Three stories, the first instalment of a serial, and 3 book reviews. You can read it by clicking on “Issue 16” in the menu bar above.