Showtime by Tom Mahony “Thanks, asswipe,” he grumbled, clutching the steering wheel and scowling at the driver puttering and weaving ahead of him. “Take two lanes instead of one. Christ.” “Shh,” his wife said, glancing toward the back seat. “The twins will hear you.” “They’ve got to learn sometime.” “Learn what? Impatience? Road rage?” “Proper […]

Constant Elegy

Constant Elegy by Dan Hedges In the reviews, the literary multitude speak of how the words ‘evoke space’, and how the imagery ‘lights up the sky’ with an ‘axe of courage’. It is as if the prose means anything to anyone. These are anecdotal river-stones, that have not been verified by the ‘white coats’. No […]