In Allen Kopp’s new short story, Late of Cherry Street, we learn that sometimes one just needs to learn where they are going. Do read.
By: Allen Kopp
Allen Kopp lives in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. His fiction has appeared in Short Story America, A Twist of Noir, Midwest Literary Magazine, Abandoned Towers Magazine, Danse Macabre, Short-Story.Me, Foliate Oak Literary Journal, Berg Gasse 19, Santa Fe Writers’ Project Journal, Copperfield Review, Superstition Review, Midwestern Gothic Literary Magazine, Skive Magazine, ISFN Anthology #1, Best Genre Short Stories Anthology #1, Wilde Oats, Writers’ Stories, Yesteryear Fiction, Diverse Voices Quarterly, Deadman’s Tome, Necrology Shorts, Bewildering Stories, State of Imagination, Death Head Grin, Corner Club Press, Pulse Literary Magazine, Poor Mojo’s Almanac(k), The Legendary, The Fringe Magazine, and many others.
Click here for a PDF of Late of Cherry Street.