Cover Photo: A photograph of a white clapboard house  with red-trimmed windows and a grey shingled roof. In front of the house is a sign that says "Villisca Ax Murder House, June 10, 1912."
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On Ghosts, Gender, and Who Gets to Be Believed

Like most women and AFAB people, I’ve been trained from birth to mistrust my perceptions. Then I spent the night in a haunted house.

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She’s making it up. There’s no way her memory’s accurate after so many years. Even if she’s telling the truth, it’s not like he her. He was just a stupid boy. Hell, when I was young, do you know how many guys I had to slap for grabbing my ass?

that womanRoe v. Wade

Would you believe the same story if it had happened to someone you knew? had

The Exorcist

I’ll protect you




’Salem’s Lot

Jen Corrigan's prose  has been published in LitHub, Gay Magazine, Salon, Electric Literature, Bitch Media, and The Rumpus. Visit her at or follow her on Twitter @CorriganWithAC.