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Category Archives: Fiction
She. switched off the lamp and left her mother in the dark. She. didn’t have anything more to say. Her mother died the next day. She. planned the funeral mass, a bit giddy. It was hard to disguise. She. had … Continue reading
You used to care. She couldn’t get his words out of her head. It wasn’t always that way though. When she first met Bertram he was what she had always imagined an artist to be. He saw in every notion … Continue reading
Each islander knows everybody else. Our outpost is barely populous enough to keep going, yet no one knows who’s stealing apples and potatoes from the winter storage carved into the side of Lookout Hill. It’s a topic of speculation at … Continue reading
Kneeling at the stars’ edge, time is so brittle you can crack open the past and see your future. But she’s not here to find what will be; she wants to taste the heat of what is, to hear the … Continue reading
Alex paid for you online as part of a Cyber Monday deal. You’re talking with Steven when they tell you. After a calculated gasp, Steven smiles for the optimum five seconds before giving you a hug. Steven was always a … Continue reading
I’m motionless. A corpulent middle-aged statue. A ceremonial prop. Caramel-speckled autumn leaves skitter amongst my feet, palmately lobed, withered and crackling. Sugar maple (Acer saccharum), veined bare, broad, and flat. Dozens and dozens of whirling dervishes chase each other around … Continue reading