En homenaje a Gabriel García Márquez Vera Domani, seven and a half months pregnant, sat upright on the sofa bed, fully dressed and wearing her good shoes. Near dawn, she heard her husband’s footsteps on the stairs, but the sound brought no relief, only another wave of dread. She’d been waiting this way for hours, […]
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After the dinner party, Jon went into the bathroom, took two Adivans and washed them down with a fifth of vodka. His body was vibrating and he knew he’d never be able to sleep without chemical assistance. It was some kind of neurological disorder but none of the doctors he went to could pinpoint the […]
Ella couldn’t fall asleep and demanded a story. Although I was out of practice, I felt obligated to come up with something. In our new custody arrangement, I only get to see her once a month. There’s a water stain on the ceiling of her bedroom in my rental apartment. The roof leaks and the […]
They are both fat. The bigger, balding one with the cigar does most of the talking; he must be the owner. The one who told her she could audition is the day manager. He never smiles. Neither of them smiles. Nor do they watch her performance, even as she plays up a seductive sashay from […]