Month: April 2018

Gary Percesepe ~ The Bench

Everything could have been different, yet all remains the same. For years Batgirl circled the globe, her eyes puddled with tears. Euripides, I’m told, [...]

Michelle Ross ~ High Ground

A mother whose children go to my child’s school messaged me and four other mothers from the school because she was in a quandary. Corinne is her name. As [...]

Tiff Holland ~ Ending Up in the Ditch

All that summer my brother, Kevin, padded around the house in the Pink Panther costume my aunt had made him for his birthday: pink pajamas for the body and a [...]