Festive Night | Javier Savinon Fiction Prize Winner
—An anxious narrator wanders through a busy San Baltazar street bursting with color.
—A wife considers the man she married two years ago; she also considers her husband.
—Love isn’t always easy. When a young woman finds out that her boyfriend is cheating on her, she locks herself in a bathroom stall, which leads to her meeting a very interesting woman.
–A husband’s marriage is explored through the focal point of his wife’s favorite silky red dress.
–When a lahar hits Santander, Colombia flooding the place that so many call home, Father Lestor accompanies Omayra, a little girl from the Catholic school who is trapped in the rubble. After fifty five hours, can they save her?
—Francoise isn’t enthused to be spending the summer with her Aunt Susie, whose house smells like cat litter and incense, who can’t cook, and who is suffering from a recent heartbreak that maybe Francoise understands better than Susie does.
–Taylor and Leo come from two different worlds.Taylor comes from a rich family, and her boyfriend Leo, turns to a life of crime to survive.
—A woman with Alzheimer’s has one memory she will never forget.
—After a young man shares a life changing secret with a friend, the secret is further explored.
–A short moment shared by two young lovers.