A flash fiction piece featured in the recent 25 Servings of SOOP anthology.
In a cold desolate gorge, a lone mother wolf struggles to survive. Separated from her pups, she pines for food and shelter. Though when she hears a distant wailing, she chases its echo, praying it is the cry of her children.
Jonathan Koven lives in Philadelphia with his fiancée Delana and their cats Peanut Butter and Keebler. His other short fiction and poetry can be found in The Lindenwood Review, Pub House Books’ Gravitas, Something or Other Publishing’s 25 Servings of SOOP, and Paragon Press’ Echo. His debut fiction novel, Below Torrential Hill, has been excerpted in American Literary and Toho Journal. He is currently querying Below Torrential Hill for agent representation. Follow his blog at https://onebirdspeaks.wordpress.com/
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