“It had been ten years of coincidences, and now here was the worst: Dean’s second wife had the same kind of cancer his first wife had died from. It was a very common cancer, but still.” read more
“My dad didn’t want to see the Jackie Kennedy movie because it made him too sad. This was late 2016, and we were reeling from The Election. He told me again the story of where he’d been when he heard about JFK: he was ten, so he was at school on that Friday afternoon, and his teacher was called into the hall and came back with her hand over her mouth.” read more
The Ocean State Review
Hadley Moore’s collection NOT DEAD YET AND OTHER STORIES won Autumn House Press’s 2018 fiction contest and received many other commendations. Her work has appeared in MCSWEENEY’S, WITNESS, ALASKA QUARTERLY REVIEW, INDIANA REVIEW, and elsewhere, and she is an alum of the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College.
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