Synkroniciti is honored to welcome writer Judith McGinn from Skaneateles, NY, with a fascinating short story, “A Sea Change,” about a mother who has an unusual connection with her teenage son. In the months before he leaves home for college, motherly intuition becomes paranormal, startling the family and disrupting their lives. Judith has a talent for shaping a realistic character, foibles and all, and her descriptive passages are relatable yet striking. We were pleased to nominate “A Sea Change” for a Pushcart Prize.
You won’t want to miss Judith’s engaging story. Please purchase the issue or subscribe here. The issue debuts November 30th.
Judith McGinn is an award-winning fiction writer and poet. She won the Cork Literary Review contest, twice was a finalist in the Faulkner/Wisdom Contest, won for fiction in the Vinnie Ream Contest (National League of American Pen Women), and was a finalist in the Real Writers contest in England. Her stories appeared in The South Carolina Review, Cork Literary Review, Luna‘llure, 50th-anniversary anthology of the moon landing, Haiku Journal, In the Company of Women, and more. She is a member of NLAPW.