“Jana drove along the mostly clear highway past decaying Scotch broom, Douglas fir twisted into grotesque shapes, and endless acres of car lots. She was familiar enough with the glance Ruth’s …
Kirie’s new story, “Bird Blind,” appears in Mount Hope, published bi-annually by the Roger Williams University Department of English and Creative Writing. Excerpt: “When I built my cabin on the …
Excerpt from Kirie’s story in hack writers: “What about marriage?” Helen asked. “What about it?” “For all the fuck-ups in my life, I finally met someone,” Helen said. “Eighth time’s …
Read "A Perfect Day for Chanterelles" by Kirie Pedersen in The Great American Literary Magazine.
Read Kirie Pedersen's latest story "Autobiography of a Day," in superstition [review].
First Cancer Then The True Self, a new flash fiction by Kirie Pedersen in Apocrypha Abstractions.
Read "Giving Blood," a new story by Kirie Pedersen in Foliate Oak Literary Magazine.
Read Kirie Pedersen's new short story "Hawk Strike, with Feathers," in the latest issue of juked.
Perfect Pitch by Kirie Pedersen in Burrow Press Review. "She asked if I could help out with a friend of hers. He had problems with alcohol, women, and drugs. I already knew about the women, because every pretty girl in town seemed to have slept with him." Read more.
Kirie Pedersen's story "Sex for Groceries" in r.kv.r.y Quarterly Literary Journal is about survival, recovery, loss, and the healing power of love.
I awaken filled with doubt, and gradually find my way into the day through tangible, physical activity, what I can see or hear or smell or taste or sense. Read the interview with Kirie Pedersen in r.kv.r.y quarterly literary journal.
Read Accommodations, a new story by Kirie Pedersen, published in Bluestem magazine
The woman was mildly pretty and seemed to spend all her time tending to the three children, all under the age of five. Read the rest of Kirie Pedersen's 'Liberating Life' in Glossolalia.