A Dog Is Not the Answer
Alicia only meant to bring newfound meaning to her bedraggled life, hoping her memories and grief would be blunted by the comfort of another living creature.
Mozart for Dogs
Winona León is a writer from Far West Texas and a recent graduate of the Wyoming Creative Writing MFA Program. Her stories have appeared in the Kenyon Review, Volume 1 Brooklyn, and Joyland, where she now serves as a West editor. Find her at winonaleon.com.
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