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Tag Archives: Ryan Stone
With his head between my mother’s splayed legs, Doctor Cheung joked, “He looks like one of mine!” He was Chinese. I had jaundice. My old man never laughed at that story, through countless retellings. He’d slink away to drink, like … Continue reading
She tells me her pain is a squall, sudden and vicious, like a flash storm whipping in from Bass Strait to batter King Island. Do you remember our Island, Garth? Her doctors build shelters; nurses batten hatches, but this tempest … Continue reading
This is the summer of red dust. Everything sucked dry—hollow as cicada husks, wedged under eaves and porch stairs—waiting for a wind change. On the road out of town, empty grain silos loom, perched like headstones over wheat-field graves. Harvesters … Continue reading