In today’s Community, we are honored to re-introduce prose and poetry by Denise Tolan and by Zoë Biggs.
“I see my dead father from time to time. He drives through our old neighborhood in a late model Mercury;…”
Crack the Spine
May 20, 2020
Thank a Bad Girl
“There are, of course, bad girls.
Bad girls who open wide for a Xanax and close tightly for a snort…”
Mouth Open Wide
“First, he ARRIVED – like the swans at Capistrano, or aliens in the desert, or, more likely, a flaming dessert…”
“His skinny legs protrude into the narrow bus aisle, blocking entrance and exit for all. Hunched forward, chest hovering close to his knees, he begins to tut softly. The bus lurches forward around the corner into Kentish Town. A wall of traffic defiantly halts any further progress. I am uneasy…”
January 11, 2020
“You walked up and queued to the side of me instead of behind. I vaguely understood because space was at a premium in this pharmacy, but still, an anxiety bloomed within me…”
August 13, 2020
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