fiction by Haley Fedor
“And no, it’s nothing like that. The dogs got out.”
A feeling of hopelessness bubbles up in my chest. I can’t have anything nice. Ever. She must’ve seen something on my face because Joyce is looking at me like she just saw a car drive by a puddle and splash me head to toe in dirty rainwater.
A queer author from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Haley Fedor's work has appeared or is forthcoming in Storm Cellar Quarterly, Guide to Kulchur Magazine, Literary Orphans, Typehouse Literary, and the anthologies Dispatches from Lesbian America (Bedazzled Ink Press) and Unbroken Circle: Stories of Diversity in the South (Bottom Dog Press). Haley lives and teaches in Louisiana after receiving her Ph.D. from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.