The Flight of Icarus

“How far do you have to go to be free of the threat of imprisonment? Up in the air, the idea of confinement suddenly became nonsensical. There were no walls, nothing solid to keep you still. On the earth though, there were borders and barracks and armed guards…”

From my short story “The Flight of Icarus” published in the newest issue of Phantom Drift #10, which you can order here if you feel so inclined. It’s a special tenth anniversary issue of the magazine dedicated to fabulist writing and art. There will be a Zoom reading on Feb. 25 in connection with the launch.

Order Phantom Drift #10 here

Photo – from the cover art of Phantom Drift #10 by Nicoletta Ceccoli

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Categories: Fiction

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