Kathy Fish ~ Imagine Your Daughter Is a Cherry Red Convertible

The body is a tem­ple and Sundays are for rest. If only you worked hard. Enjoy food but don’t overindulge. Trim your nails and keep them scrupu­lous­ly clean. Likewise see that your chil­dren are bathed and immac­u­late­ly dressed. Do not allow your daugh­ter to go out in that slinky, skin-tight frock. Would you want her to tempt? Studies show that cher­ry red con­vert­ibles are 100 times more like­ly to be involved in traf­fic acci­dents. Notably, head-on.


Kathy Fish teach­es flash fic­tion at Regis University in Denver. She has pub­lished A Peculiar Feeling of Restlessness: Four Chapbooks of Short Short Fiction by Four Women (2008); Wild Life (Matter Press, 2011); Together We Can Bury It (The Lit Pub, 2012); and Rift, co-authored with Robert Vaughan (Unknown Press, 2015). She blogs here.