Adam McGee is a Pushcart nominee whose poems have appeared in Cimarron Review, Memorious, RHINO, Assaracus, The Doctor T. J. Eckleburg Review, Bayou Magazine, The Delmarva Review, and elsewhere. He lives in Boston with his partner and is managing editor of Boston Review. Learn more about his work at www.adammichaelmcgee.com.
There’s no end to the things they will show us, the reenactors on TV: falling off buildings, surviving wrecks, robbing a bank. These girls were best friends but one murders the other. This one has a tapeworm the length of a bus. Often, the show can’t afford for them to speak, so their stories are […]