Month: October 2017

Lucinda Kempe ~ Jeanne d’Arc

I woke up missing my big toe, my hair in a mullet, and with a half-eaten donut on the bedside commode. A shepherd preached in the courtyard and the witch had [...]

Karen Craigo ~ Lighter Than Water or Lighter Than Air

  One of the men mentions buoyancy, and that’s when I know: they’re talking about me. I had suspected. This is our third day in the same hotel, [...]

James Chapin ~ Deafness

        in memory of José Saramago I don’t remember when I stopped being able to hear. That makes it worse. There’s no moment I can hold up and [...]