Sean Gill's "Beyond the Terminus, Beyond" in Sonora Revew

Sean Gill's short story "Beyond the Terminus, Beyond" [which was chosen earlier this year as the winner of the 2016 Sonora Review Fiction Prize by judge Molly Antopol (The UnAmericans)] is now available for purchase in Sonora Review #70. Of the story, Antopol wrote: "I couldn’t stop thinking about it. I admire the story for so many reasons: the characters are complicated and nuanced, the prose is tight and lyrical, and the author explores complicated moral questions in a way that feels fresh, intelligent and never didactic. This is a gorgeous story by a writer with talent in spades."

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