ONE STORY is an award-winning literary magazine that publishes one story at a time. Subscribers receive one curated and edited work of short fiction each month in the mail or on their digital devices. Get it for yourself or give it as a gift.
FROM THE EDITOR
In Mary Grimm’s “Fate and Ruin,” Dorrie leaves her happy life as a bartender in sunny Palm Coast, Florida, to move to Cleveland with Jerry, a guy she met at a bar. But not long after she and Jerry get to Ohio, they break up, and now Dorrie finds herself stranded in Cleveland, living alone, trying to figure out what comes next.
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