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 […]
Kerry Donoghue is a short story writer living in San Francisco. Her work has appeared in The Pinch, The Louisville Review, The South Carolina Review, Potomac Review, and Harpur Palate. She received her MFA from the University of San Francisco and is currently finishing her first collection of stories.