Enid Harlow

Enid Harlow

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Enid Harlow is the author of three novels, Crashing (St. Martin’s Press, New York), A Better Man (Van Neste Books, Midlothian, Virginia), and the recently published Good To Her (Strategic Book Publishing, New York). Her short stories have appeared in numerous literary journals of national distinction including Boulevard, TriQuarterly, Nimrod, Ontario Review, Notre Dame Review, North Atlantic Review, and The Southern Review, among others. Ms. Harlow has received two PEN Syndicated Fiction Awards and a fellowship in fiction from the New York Foundation for the Arts. She lives and writes in New York, the city of her birth.

Contributions by Enid Harlow

Fall 2013 Issue

For Love

Second Prize, 2013 Literal Latte Fiction Award.
The mother’s voice was loud. Too loud. The sound was startling. Her eyes were wide and bright. Frank wondered if she was taking drugs herself. A family thing. Or maybe she was plastered, had got herself appropriately inebriated for the occasion. Pickled. The word jumped into his mind, and he thought it apt. Pickled in mind and body for the occasion of her son’s funeral….

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Winter 2013 Issue

Mistaken Identity

Third Prize, 2012 Literal Latte Fiction Award.
In a corner of the room sits an old man with sparse white hair, face of chalk, and fixed blue eyes. His body is as thin as a cadaver’s and his eyes stare out into the room as if they would seize everything in it and take it down into themselves. The baby at the breast cannot see the old man sitting in the corner….

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