Traci Skuce’s Hunger Moon is a collection of stories that echo with the yearning to be replenished, to be made full. Here are characters at cusp-points in their lives, attempting to shift their trajectories: to cease wrapping up the heart’s desire in a pink bubble by launching it into the universe. Some turn to ESP, some to a belief in ghosts, some to the future caught inside a glass bottle, each character taking the hackneyed adage “Follow Your Bliss” too literally to blissfully follow their own storyline.
Emotionally charged, evocative, and lush, Hunger Moon’s thirteen short stories each set out on profound quests to satisfy an emotional hunger.
Find more of Traci's stories:
“Other Ways Besides the Door” (story) at Little Fiction
“All on a Bright Day in April” (essay) at Cagibi
“Elephant Shoe” (story) at Little Fiction
“At the Edge of Everything” (story) at New Ohio Review Online
“Good Home” (story) at Forget Magazine
“Climax” (flash fiction) at New Flash Fiction
“Diorama” (flash fiction) at Storyscape
Review of Hunger Moon on the Ormsby Review