Analía Villagra

Analía Villagra’s work appears in the Hopkins Review, Ploughshares, Bat City Review, the Iowa Review, and elsewhere. Her writing has been supported by the Sewanee Writers’ Conference (where she was a Tennessee Williams Scholar) and the Tin House Workshops. She is an assistant fiction editor for Split Lip Magazine and lives in Oakland, California.

Find her online at isleofanalia.com.

In the Pines

Only her brother knew she’d been alone in the woods. Te busqué, he said when he still knew how. I looked and looked, but you were gone. In the memory, he says these things in English because neither of them remember their Spanish anymore. They don’t even remember to call each other.