Scrapping the Memoir

Scrapping the Memoir

 by Linda Caradine Last night I told Klaus that I was thinking of scrapping my memoir. As an elder sibling he should have some insight into this decision, but I had to supply reasons more than it seemed like the right thing to do. I told him there is a sub-genre known...
Young Adulting

Young Adulting

by Maggie Light The year is 2002. The setting is a basement office cubicle. The protagonist is me. Nobody seems to notice that I haven’t done a moment of work in four days. I’ve been too busy composing emails to my college friend group, descriptions of my boozy...
Deconstruct by Ron Riekki

Deconstruct by Ron Riekki

“There’s no running water.”  He points.  At the water, as if to say, there it is.  “It’s trickling out.”  “Just press harder.”  “I did.  It’s not coming out.  Not where it’s useable.”  “We don’t have sinks here.”  “Aren’t...