Carol LaHines

Carol LaHines

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Carol LaHines’ fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in literary journals including Fence, Cimarron Review, The Literary Review, North Dakota Quarterly, The South Carolina Review, The Nebraska Review, North Atlantic Review, Sycamore Review, Permafrost, redivider, Mount Hope, Bloodstone Review, Literary Orphans, Brain, Child Magazine, and Literal Latté.  Her short story, Resonance, was a finalist for the David Nathan Meyerson fiction prize and the New Letters short story award (and appears in issue 10.2 of redivider, available on Amazon).  Her short story, “The Operating System,” appears in the winter 2013/2014 issue of Fence, guest-edited by Rick Moody.  A review of “The Operating System” appears in Ploughshares online.   Ms. LaHines’ novel, Someday Everything Will All Make Sense, was a finalist for the C&R Book Award and the New Rivers Press Many Voices Project, and a semi-finalist for Hidden River Arts Eludia Award.  She is a graduate of New York University, Gallatin Division. 

Contributions by Carol LaHines

Fall 2016 Issue

Sandcastles

Jesse was a beautiful boy. Fair-haired, eyes of indeterminate color – blue or green, it depended on the light. My favorite of my daughter Greta’s friends. I still remember the sandcastle we built, our last summer at the shore. A marvel of engineering, with a curtain wall…

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