Ben Loory in The New Yorker–Long Live Flash and Magic Realism!

The New Yorker (both print and online) is currently running Ben Loory‘s short story, “The TV,” a magic realism telling of a man who stays home from work and finds himself in a strange and unfamiliar situation. Funny thing is that Loory’s 3700 (give or take a few) word fiction piece of lovely magic realism is quite long for him. He has flash pieces in several online and print journals. One of them, I am pleased to report, is A capella Zoo‘s Issue 4, now available for purchase. This issue also includes my short story “I Keep a Vine Woven Basket by the Door.”

Long live flash and magic realism!