Applied Fiction He sits in the back corner of the corridor-pink glow waiting like anything has not ever happened. Sip after sip, ankle turn after ankle turn over the other knee, deeper into the corner he slips after his eyes travel across the diner’s muted horizon.
Monthly archives for June, 2012
“That being said, [Towel Boy] is undoubtedly correct: we’re lucky that we can speculate in a positive direction rather than lament a failed experiment.” —Christopher DeFilippis Well, here we are. The second half of 2012. I am sitting in a stucco porch. On my left are the glass doors leading to my parent’s condo. On […]