#shortstory

Fiction
Sunday Afternoon in the Hills by Rita Halász
Fiction
Dervish by Weronika Gogola
Fiction
Murder in the 17th District by Tibor Noé Kiss
Fiction
The Last Fling by Koppány Zsolt Nagy
Fiction
Inscrutable Are Ways of Tengri by András Cserna-Szabó
Fiction
Etiology by David Galef

The elevator is narrow but deep as a dream, with a mirrored ceiling. Six-year-old Ricardo and his mother crowd into the last available space, pressed against an elegant white woman and her daughter, who’s twisting around like a rubber band toy and whining about going home.

Fiction
Fallen Angels by Silvester Lavrík
Fiction
Honey by László Imre Horváth
Fiction
Panic Button by Jan Němec