Big white teeth. My brother reminds me he isn’t Irish. But the brows are the same. Horned and intense, he’ll do a plum job. In this scene, something isn’t right. The lighting is strange; the furniture that was there is now here. Or gone entirely. Someone is standing in the background that wasn’t just before. […]
Jennie Malboeuf is a native of Kentucky. Her work is forthcoming in Virginia Quarterly Review, The Hollins Critic, Bat City Review, Sycamore Review, Bellingham Review, Southern Humanities Review, and The Laurel Review. She lives in North Carolina and teaches writing at Guilford College.