I have a new story in the latest issue of Conjunctions, "The Invention of an Island." Here's the opening paragraph:
At three or three-thirty or, I don't know, sometime in the very early morning around then, my wife woke me up to tell me that we needed a change (or maybe she said she needed a change? I don't remember). She had decided to install mirrors on all of our walls, ceilings, and floors. She didn't put it in quite this way, I think—it doesn't sound like her—but that's as close as I'll get now. Not quite awake, I told her that we would have to be extra careful. Extra careful? When she asked why, what did I mean, extra careful? I couldn't answer. Why exactly did we need to be extra careful? I had no idea. I didn't even remember the conversation the next morning. Why did I feel so sleepy? What was it that had kept me up the night before? I must have been napping when she ordered the mirrors. I remember thinking, just before I lay down on the sofa, I hope I wasn't supposed to pick up the boy at school.
Conjunctions 62: Exile also features work from Brian Evenson, Peter Straub, Lance Olsen, Laura van den Berg, Martin Riker, Can Xue, a newly translated "argument" from Charles Baudelaire, and lots more.