Wild Thing, or The Law of Superposition

At midnight Virginia stirs, roused by a sound from the chicken coop: a feral scamper, a skittish cluck. An intoxicating scent hangs in the darkness.
Susanna Crossman is an Anglo-French writer, winner of the 2019 LoveReading Very Short Story Award. Nominated for Best of The Net (2018) for her non-fiction, her fiction has also been short-listed for the Bristol Prize and Glimmertrain. She has recent/upcoming work in We'll Never Have Paris (Repeater Books) Neue Rundschau, S. Fischer (translated into German), Felt (ZenoPress), The Creative Review, 3:AM Journal, The Arsonista, and elsewhere. Co-author of the French roman, Hôpital Le Dessous des Cartes, she regularly collaborates on international hybrid arts projects, currently the multi-lingual prose film, 360° of Morning. She is represented by Craig Literary, NY. More at: https://susanna-crossman.squarespace.com @crossmansusanna