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Category Archives: Fiction
There were too many dogs in the room. The call came in from the hospital: her grandmother had passed. Her mother must have gotten the call too; she dialed her right away. She wouldn’t ask. Light moved into the room. … Continue reading
I was staying at a bed and breakfast in Dublin, the capital of Ireland. Carrying my heavy luggage up the stairs, I was almost out of breath when the owner said mischievously, ‘Have a stout! After you drink it, you’ll … Continue reading
Rosa lived on a cliffside by the sea in a village of small wooden huts with roofs of woven grass. From dawn until dusk there was wind blowing in from the ocean, sometimes a steady breeze and sometimes gusts from … Continue reading
Once every third Sunday of summer, we felt the transitory. We, in our dog days, floppy-eared, were children, and the filaments stretched until they were not time at all, but a sip of lemonade and last night’s broccoli sandwiched between … Continue reading
First time I met the snake he was on the screened-in porch drooping off the side of my house. Half his body, black and speckled yellow, coiled around a glass jar filled with bits of seashells and cypress knees on … Continue reading