Tag Archives: J. Edward Kruft

Heck Street

On days when she didn’t hate him, Maria let Lloyd come over before his swing shift at the SuperX and let him screw her in her attic bedroom. The summer heat and humidity had started mid-May and by July it … Continue reading

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Orcas

For as far back as I could remember, my family spent two weeks of every summer on Orcas Island in the archipelago of Puget Sound. We always took the same two-bedroom cabin along the waterfront, number four. My sister and … Continue reading

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Mrs. Paganini

The concert is over at Carnegie Hall, her husband is sitting down front. He knows me, in the manner that neighbors way down the street often know each other, neighbors you wouldn’t expect were plotting to overthrow the government. I … Continue reading

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