A short story about everyday life, death, war, and humanity published by The Bitter Oleander Press
‘The Day to Day’ is a sombre piece, looking at what makes us human and how easily it can be stripped away.
It revolves around a war-torn city, a home, a husband, a wife, a lunch, and the soldier outside who lies dying.
The Day to Day found its home with The Bitter Oleander: Volume 25, No. 2 (Autumn). If you’d like to take a look, please head on over to their store and purchase a copy of the print!
The Bitter Oleander Press is a journal of contemporary international poetry and short fiction. It has been providing the poetry reading public with highly deep-image driven poetry since 1974, and publishes works whose imaginations open our eyes to a world we thought we knew but were mistaken; a world that our habits, our education and our beliefs blind us from everyday. They are a proud member of the Community of Literary Magazines and Presses [clmp].