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JC’s Auto and Tire

When the woman behind the counter at JC’s auto and tire asks me what my car’s engine sounds like, I can only think of the crickets hissing in the backyard the night before. I sat in one of the Adirondack … Continue reading

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In the Mattress Store

I lie down on one mattress after another under the fluorescent lights—like I’m practicing some ascension that requires the right bed. The Pharaohs had everything they needed in their tombs. Some say servants’ throats were slit so they could stand … Continue reading

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