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Category Archives: Fiction
I slung my backpack over one shoulder, closed the door of my truck, and found my way inside the hotel. The lobby was modest and the rooms would probably be worse, but I didn’t turn around. At the front desk, … Continue reading
Dumped and laid off in one week. It was a bad time to be Marv Stinson. He walked out of work with a heavy toolbox in his right hand and burdens on his mind. He thought of unpaid bills and … Continue reading
For a while now their adolescent son has been turning into a book. He’s no longer wearing blue jeans and T-shirts and when he goes out he’s taken to wearing endpapers and a dust jacket. His mother and father, somewhat … Continue reading
Simon Simon waits until he hears the refrigerator close and the tink of bottle cap on counter, then the television, Jeopardy, his father’s favorite show and one that Simon hates because it is boring and old and he is twelve … Continue reading
When I opened my eyes my feet were the feet of a baby: I wore red baby shoes with thin blue stripes and white soles. I looked at my hand. Cracked skin, veins branching out on the back of it, … Continue reading
It was a small wedding. Probably could’ve fit every single participant and guest in the Whitt backyard, but the groom’s family wouldn’t have it. Joanie knew her sister, the bride, had to fight for the size. She told Joanie that … Continue reading