Tag Archives: Julie Innis

Bygones.

I’m letting bygones be bygones. AKA this week. Sorry for the lack of posting/reviews as I promised. The sun came out this week, my bike, notebook, and camera beckoned, and I answered the call.

But if you’re wanting a quick literary pick-me-up before you go enjoy the sunshine yourself this three day weekend, I can’t recommend “Fly” by Julie Innis at Fwriction:Review enough. Please, please, please do yourself a favor, and read it.

I promise you'll fall in love.

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Sunday’s Fictionaut Fiction Nugget: Back from hiatus

By Melanie Yarbrough

Julie Innis is unflinching in this week’s heartbreaking Fictionaut fiction nugget, “The Belt.”  She is honest with us from the very first paragraph:

In the morning, stiff kleenex litter the floor around her bed. When she picks them up, she’s careful to use only her fingertips, though she knows the damage, if there is any, has already long been done. She takes HIV tests the way some women schedule hair appointments — every six weeks whether they need a trim or not.

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