“My courage (or cowardice?) gathered, I moved the gun to my temple and braced for the bullet’s impact.” That’s from Holly’s ROSA nominated submission. It’s a stirring piece that tackles sexuality and gender expectations. We asked Holly a few questions. […]
This is a short list submission for the ROSA Award. Pool Parties In Venice by Tashiina Buswa It’s Thursday afternoon and we’re all fifteen, sixteen – with the exception of a few burnouts who failed grade ten roughly three […]
This is a short list submission for the ROSA Award.
Originally appearing as a submission for the ROSA Award, Jason Fink writes a short story about peace – about the world’s greatest pacifist, that is both poignant and humorous. Lending his trademark style of moving between the profane and the profound, Jason imagines […]
Dhaval Mehta’s ‘Beach Vacation’ was short listed for the ROSA Award, eventually taking out first prize. It’s a short story about disability, snappy and to the point. The central character is a hulk of a man named Gregg who – joined by his […]
Cassie Kosarek’s first story for NITH is ostensibly a short story about a job interview. However The Interview is much more than that. A closely written character study in which the author moves us from preparation – the rituals of getting dressed, and applying […]