Rhonda Waterfall is the author of The Only Thing I Have, a collection of short stories published by Arsenal Pulp Press. She lives in Vancouver.
“Thank Christ,” says Dieter when I finally wake up. “I thought you were dead.” more
"She took the starfish home and they ate sushi and green-tea ice cream and then made love on the living room floor in front of a crackling fire." more
Rhonda Waterfall reviews The Pharmacist's Mate by Amy Fusselman, just under 100 pages of minimalist prose called "a brief miracle of a book." more
She opened her date book. One Post-It Note said, Pick up alfredo sauce and the other said, Have sex with a stranger. more
In his hotel room the director took a mouthful of Scotch, swallowed a Viagra and then headed off to the gala. more