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Contributing Author

a.l Dawson’s (he/him) short stories, Sacred Ground and The Keeper, were published in 2020 in Aphelion. Two short stores, The Crossing and Call Me Mathias, were published respectively in the anthologies, Bloodroot: Best New England Crime Stories, 2021 and Deadly Nightshade: Best New England Crime Stories, 2022. Dawson’s most recent story, Eurydice in the Flows, was published in the anthology, Unspeakable Crimes (2022). Dawson continues to write non-fiction essays for magazines and journals under the name of A. Stoskopf. Dawson’s counseling of refugees and immigrants has deeply influenced many of the themes and character constructions in his fiction writing.

Raising Mehitable
March 1, 2024

Raising Mehitable

Finn Wakefield’s mind drifted as the old Toyota chugged around the Orleans rotary. Almost one year to the day when ...