Munich Central Train Station 1939

Uncle slapped my hand. “Always salute our Fuhrer with your right hand, Hilde!” My right elbow clutched the doll close to my chest; a present for my fifth birthday. When I was told to raise my arm, I used my left. On that day, I did not want to acknowledge the monster who sent my … More Munich Central Train Station 1939

Microinterview: Alexandra Rochman

Alexandra Rochman’s 100 word microfiction, “Munich Central Train Station 1939”, will appear in the second issue of The Centifictionist (Vol. 1, Issue 2, Fall/Winter 2020). Alexandra graciously answered a few brief questions for us. Read the interview below. 1. What inspired the story “Munich Central Train Station 1939”? I was inspired by a tale my … More Microinterview: Alexandra Rochman