The TiltMN fiction archives

The TiltMN fiction archives & stories from writers local and beyond

Thank you, mom

Thank you, mom

The first thing I knew about my mom was that she loved the countryside; fields of grass and flowers in the summer, and white snow in the winter.

Burned Shell

Burned Shell

Sometimes a struggling relationship can only end in smoke, as it does in this powerful short story by Jeremy Laue, with nothing left but a burned-out shell.

The Future

The Future

On the island you can become a part of the ocean and the sand and the sky and the sun that are greater than anything people could ever build.

Home not wanted

Home not wanted

The Minnesota cold is tough. It’s even tougher when your home fails you, as it does in this funny, relatable short story by Katelin Hogard.