Pete Prokesch is a writer from the Boston area. His fiction has appeared in Four Way Review, Evergreen Review, Soundings East, The Westchester Review, BlazeVOX Journal, Ponder Review, and TINGE Magazine, among others. He has received support from Mass Cultural Council, reads for Epiphany, and is working on an MFA in fiction at Indiana University. Before moving to the Midwest, he worked as a carpenter and taught green-building courses. You can reach him about his writing at [email protected].



My First Boat (Tiny Molecules)

Wet Cement (The Wise Owl Anthology)

Sugar Daddy (Evergreen Review)

Set in Stone (Flash Frog)

Naked and Alive (The William & Mary Review)

Washed Away (Soundings East)

Things in Pairs (Flash Fiction North)

My Old Man (Fictive Dream)

Unmoored (On the Run)

Sisyphus (White Wall Review)

Dear Son (White Wall Review)

New Moon (White Wall Review)

Expecting (Across the Margin)


Off the Glass (TINGE Magazine)

Fading Away (The Westchester Review)

You Don’t Get a Happy Ending (Ponder Review)

Stigmata (The Wise Owl)

The Wedding Ring (Free Spirit)

Wet Cement (The Wise Owl)

Tender Blows (The Bookends Review)

Through the Glass (BlazeVOX Journal)

When Everything Begins to Die (Hare’s Paw Literary Journal)


Awake Until Dawn (Four Way Review)