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.
FEB 2014 | Fiction
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.
NOV 2012 | Fiction
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.