My very first story ever accepted for publication, a contemporary short story, was originally published at Page and Spine Magazine. They’ve archived it on their fiction showcase page:
He hung in about as long as he could, Nicole reasoned.
Scott had never been the forever guy. She’d known this the moment he walked into that dive bar. It was the sort of place she never went to and he was the kind of guy who dripped charm and never gave her the time of day. He was all smile and bought-to-look-ragged shirts with a little too much product in his dark hair. He complimented her dress and tucked a strand of blonde hair out of her eyes, and she smiled genuinely, cheeks heating with a flush, and liked the attention. He’d been fun for a Friday night and weekend away. They’d enjoyed a good number of those before the infection.“If It’s to Heal” by Brandann R. Hill-Mann
You can read the whole story here on their archive.