Month: July 2013

Little Things: A Short Story with No Twist

Jones finished high school in three years, got a job with a financial firm that made it okay through the crisis, and had a corner office with a balcony and garden by the time he was twenty five.  But I knew him long before that, when he was a tiny kid and so fast that […]

Silhouetta: How to Say You’re Sorry

  Silhouetta: How to Say You’re Sorry The baby stopped crying after Craig finished the front page.  There was an advertisement for ladies’ underwear.  When Eddy came into the room, Craig flipped to the next page and followed the words of an editorial with his finger. “I’m going to get dressed,” said Eddy.  “Why?  We’ve […]

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