I’m reading an article about Seattle’s plan to be the first U.S. city to implement a safe injection site.
Category: March-April 2021
I Play With Balls by Paul Crenshaw
It always comes down to who is doing the naming. And if it’s a bunch of boys in 8th grade, you might want to step back, cover your ears.
Salisbury Steak Day by Michelle Strausbaugh
Surprised to see a woman in her early thirties in pigtails and pajamas. They hand me a warm Styrofoam clamshell.
A Union Like Ours by Scott Bane
My strange weakness baffled my doctor. I was an otherwise healthy, fit, 38-year-old… my final semester in graduate school… maybe I was just tired?
A Summer in Taos by Kareem Tayyar
I’ve been here for three days and I can already see why D.H. Lawrence fell in love with the area…
The Last Pictures by Bethany Kaylor
I used to keep letters from my girlfriends in a shoebox beneath my bed. “Ex-girlfriends,” my roommate reminded me
Mysteries by Lish Troha
I know my father died on his bathroom floor. I know this because his landlady said that’s where she found him.
Nothing New by Jim Ross
…our house served as a crash-pad for a growing number of visitors, especially as we approached the Vietnam Out Now Rally…
REVIEW: To Hell with It by Dinty W. Moore
…you descend through the circles of hell with Dinty—instead of Virgil—as your expert guide, learning about religious hypocrisy as you go.
CRAFT: Make a Walk Work for Your Writing by Michelle Levy
Philosophers, writers, and musicians have romanticized walking throughout the ages…