“I think you’re a vampire, ma’am."
Anna Cabe reads "See Me." Pre-orders continue. Do you like reviewing?
Sundays are for looking forward to the week ahead, they’re for reading and cooking complicated things that you probably don’t have time to do during the week, and they’re for listening to Anna Cabe read “See Me.”
“See Me” was one of the stranger, more intellectual short stories submitted to the anthology. It marries history, celebrity, fame, tragedy, and vampires. It forces a reader to engage with it over and over because it’s so rich in meaning. It’s also fun.
Anna Cabe's work has appeared or is forthcoming in Bitch, Terraform, The Toast, Joyland, SmokeLong Quarterly, Jellyfish Review (where this story originally appeared!), and Fairy Tale Review, among others. She received her MFA in fiction from Indiana University and was formerly the nonfiction editor for Indiana Review. She is currently a 2018-2019 Fulbright Fellow in the Philippines. You can find Anna at annacabe.com.
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