The TiltMN fiction archives & stories from writers local and beyond
One old man tells his story of life lived; the poetry of a world we were all forced to inherit, and that we will all be forced to someday give up as well.
The doorman of a popular St. Pauli brothel sits down with TiltMN to describe a night in Europe’s largest Red Light District.
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 rain bites through my coat and makes me shiver. A few cars roll past me on the street, tires squealing in the cold air. This is my neighborhood.
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.
Alicia Lee brilliantly captures both the sadness and beauty of life in this touching memoir about three generations of ladies living together.
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.
From spending nights in a warm bed downtown to sleeping alone on a futon, one never knows what the end of a relationship will bring.
Working at her father’s liquor store in the toughest part of the city, a teenage girl comes face to face with violence when a would-be robber pulls a gun.
Everyone feels nostalgic about their childhood from time to time. We all have stories that stick out in our memories. Some stories stick out more than others.