Publication News: “Confounding Variables” in The Los Angeles Review

My short story “Confounding Variables” was published earlier this year in Issue 13 of The Los Angeles Review. I’m very excited to appear in the same pages as authors such as Roxane Gay and Charles Harper Webb!

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“Confounding Variables” is one of the creepier pieces I’ve written: it’s the story of a teenage girl who plans revenge on her brother’s girlfriend for reasons that are morally dubious. If you’re interested in reading the piece, copies of the issue are now available for purchase at LAR‘s website.¬†You might also consider subscribing to LAR if you like what you read–not just my piece, but others’ works, too. Literary magazines exist because readers support them through purchases and subscriptions, so we writers really appreciate those good literary citizens who help keep great journals like The Los Angeles Review in business!

About Rachael

Rachael Warecki is an alumna of Scripps College, Loyola Marymount University, and the Teach for America '08 corps. She holds an MFA in Fiction from Antioch University Los Angeles. Her work has appeared in The Masters Review, The Los Angeles Review, and Midwestern Gothic, among other publications. She lives in Los Angeles.