The Literary Magazine of the Association of Literary Scholars, Critics, and Writers
Anca Nemoianu has taught linguistics for a long time at the Catholic University of America, and, occasionally, an introductory literature class. Lately, she has started writing stories about imagined people in very real lands. Her story “Justice by Night” won the 9th Annual F. Scott Fitzgerald short story contest. Her volume Children of Light, 2018, is a collection of semi-memorialistic narratives about children, for older readers who might be able to see the light emanating from the dark settings of the stories.