In today’s Community, we are honored to re-introduce stories by Paul Beckman and Ann Graham.
“It’s a quarter of seven and time to put Henry to bed or my daughter will be all over my case and blame me if he’s late getting up in the morning and cranky from lack of sleep and he only wants to watch the end of this stupid Hannah Montana program and Zeyde, he says, one of us has to stay and watch it and let me know what happens…”
“Once inside Hospice I walked to Dad’s room, his door ajar, and saw him no longer tubed up and Mom atop him, fancy,…”
“When you called, I let the phone ring three times and then picked it up. I was hoping you were calling to tell me you thought it over and we should try again and since we’ve had so many try agains we should be better at it this time…”
“Hi. Name’s Rodentia F. Squirrel. Excuse me. I’m not scowlin’ at you. Too much high-fly landin’ between the trash hackberry trees…”
Grey Sparrow Journal
Issue 32, Summer 2018
“Driving for any length of time, you encounter all shapes, sizes, and colors of signage. Some are large and imposing…”
The Writer’s Garret
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