At night I dreamt of pelicans strung up in the oaks by their beaks, choked in Spanish moss, the storm’s winds blowing them down. Cars sliding through gasoline, smearing their bodies into the street.
is a writer born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. She received her MFA in fiction from Arizona State University, and reads flash fiction for Split Lip Magazine. Her work appears in the latest issue of Washington Square Review. You can find her on social @cgdantoni or at christinadantoni.com.