More From BANSHEE Literary Journal

Self attended the launch of this magazine in Cork, September 2015, at the Cork International Short Story Festival:


by Annie Wiles

(an excerpt)

When we grow up
we’re going to rule the world.

After all, girls rule.

All the best artists start out like this.

Right? All the best people start out
as waitresses: are told they’ll never

make it. Although, strangely
this seems to be missing

from Madeleine Albright’s biography.

Annie Wiles is a recent graduate of the Creative Writing Program at Trinity. Since graduating, she has been teaching and working on a sailboat in the Pacific.

Stay tuned.

Big Peeta Imagines Little Peeta (Does Self Still Have to Say: “Fan Fic”)

Peeta always imagined that he would have a little one to bring to the office one day. A child that would walk around in a matching suit and who would sit next to Peeta at meetings, coloring pictures of himself in his office which, of course, would be right next to Peeta’s. On downtime or while he was on calls, his kid would pretend to stamp contracts and drink chocolate milk from a Mellark Corporation coffee mug.

(In this fan fic, Peeta is the CEO of the Mellark Corporation)

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