Mary Oliver is Dead and I am Traveling to Paris or How an Atheist Prays
Anna Millard’s short story, “Mary Oliver is Dead and I am Traveling to Paris or How an Athiest Prays,” won Honorable Mention in the 2021 Dillydoun International Fiction Prize. You may access the full story as a PDF by clicking here or by clicking on the cover below. If you wish to purchase the print anthology, you may do so on Amazon (Buy Now) or check with your favorite bookseller.
Anna Millard is an editorial and fiction writer living in Brooklyn, NY, where she’s currently working on a debut novel. Her fiction has been published in Alloy Magazine and The Dillydoun Review. She holds a BA in Playwriting from Emory University. Write to her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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