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"I was only five when a tiger bit off one of my hands. My mother filled a glove with sand and sewed it to my stump. Every year, she cut the seam with a miniature pair of sewing scissors and stitched on a new glove." So begins "Threads," the first story in this brief collection. The tension that exists in close relationships is mirrored here, whether the story's focus is a group of girls visiting a friend after an accident, a man chewing on gravel, or a formerly handfed Scarlet Macaw in a gilt birdcage in the corner of his owner's living room. Two Good Ears is the first mini-book of flash fiction by Leah Browning.
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About the Author
Leah Browning is the author of three short nonfiction books and six chapbooks of poetry and fiction. Orchard City, her second chapbook of short fiction, was published by Hyacinth Girl Press in 2017. Browning's work has previously appeared in Four Way Review, Valparaiso Fiction Review, The Threepenny Review, Flock, Necessary Fiction, Watershed Review, Parhelion Literary Magazine, Newfound, The Forge Literary Magazine, Random Sample Review, Superstition Review, Santa Ana River Review, The Homestead Review, Thin Air Magazine, Belle Ombre, The Petigru Review, South 85 Journal, Belletrist Magazine, The Ilanot Review, The Broadkill Review, Oyster River Pages, Poetry South, Mojave River Review, The Stillwater Review, and elsewhere. Her fiction and poetry have also appeared on materials from Broadsided Press and Poetry Jumps Off the Shelf, with audio and video recordings in The Poetry Storehouse, and in anthologies including The Doll Collection from Terrapin Books, 101 Jewish Poems for the Third Millennium from Ashland Poetry Press, and Nothing to Declare: A Guide to the Flash Sequence from White Pine Press. In addition to writing, Browning serves as editor of the Apple Valley Review, a semiannual literary journal established in 2005. She was born and raised in New Mexico and as an adult has lived in both the United States and Canada. Her website is located at www.leahbrowninglit.com.