MARY STEIN is the Assistant Editor of Conduit literary magazine and works as a teaching artist in Minneapolis. Her fiction has appeared in Caketrain, Spartan Lit and Connotation Press. She received her MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts.
FaceBy Mary Stein
The man outside Barcelona who accidentally leveled his face with the misfire of a shotgun received the first-ever full face transplant. In the picture, a throng of doctors surround him; Henry, looking lost among the lab-coat clad, wearing someone elses expression.
Vestigial FeaturesBy Mary Stein
Over the phone, Mitch says Im oversexed. Because hes only my stepbrother and a swaggering hockey god, Mitch feels entitled to take liberties. Over the phone hell tell me things he cannot say to my face.