I’ve always hated the mall but it is the only place where retail experience is worth anything so when the Armenian mobsters in Oakland County all drained their in-ground units simultaneously, the pool supply store let me go and I headed for the King and Queen to drop off some resumes […]
After snows, Paul had to drive up to Denali to plow. He would drive an hour and a half up there and plow out the parking lot and driveway so if there were any visitors in the rental cabins they were able to get out. This time, it had snowed from […]
The morning of the raccoons, I had the showerhead set on a hard pounding staccato. I was staring straight into the water, counting the intervals between the spurts, thinking of how much I wanted to avoid the two people on the other side of the door. That’s when I noticed that […]
Buick DeGaulle did not turn his head in time after he belched. “Babe, please,” Glory complained from the kitchen floor underneath him. After six months of marriage, she was almost immune to the stench of bratwurst and white onions. But almost only counts in horseshoes, and now, with a child […]
Harold Whit Williams was born and raised in musically renowned Muscle Shoals, Alabama. He is guitarist for the critically acclaimed Austin, Texas, rock band Cotton Mather. He is also the recipient of the 2014 Mississippi Review Poetry Prize, and was a featured poet in the 2014 University of North Texas Kraken Reading Series. His collection, […]
Heidi Wallis was born and raised on a remote farm in British Columbia, Canada, but has spent most of her adult years living in Northern California. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from California State University, Chico, and now lives in the high desert of Nevada.