The Lady in the Refuge

Stephen Page has a flash fiction titled “The Lady in the Refuge” published in Conestoga Zen Press, Volume 2–which is senior edited by Rustin Larson.

Here is an excerpt:

My Harley is pulling me up a winding mountain road. I have never been to the top of Galvin Peak, but today I am adventurous and decide to wander from my usual route to the highway that edges the Laguna Mountains and overlooks the Empire Desert. As I rise in elevation, the air rushing by me begins to cool. I pull over on the side of the road and don my bombardier jacket . . . I spot a building that I have never seen before. The lights are on. On the eave above the front door, there is crest with a painting of a horse-backed armored knight holding a lance pointing forward. A sign by the side of the road reads, Our Coffee House. I pull in . . .

Find the anthology here:…/paperback/product-7mw4zj.html…


The anthology is coedited by Minca Borg, emally june breffle, Rustin Larson, Angela Sickler, Almedia Stewart, Maggie Ventsias,

Aliyah Warwick, and Elaina Whitesell.

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