Today’s the day. No, it’s not just Thanksgiving – it’s publication day for the latest issue of Circa: A Journal of Historical Fiction. And this issue is jam-packed with great stories. From the biblical story of Queen Esther (“Whisper It to Me” by Leigh Cuen) to the Franklin Expedition (“The Empty Corridor” by Katharine O’Flynn), from Renaissance Venice (“Il Vento di Candela” by Elizabeth Copeland) to 1970s North Bay, Ontario (“The Barry Building Explosion” by Dan Crosby) and many more.
I’m so proud of this issue and grateful to all the contributors for their stellar work. I hope you enjoy their stories as much as I have!