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Infinity

By Sara Chansarkar Newly married, in Ohio, we used to take long, cold morning walks, looping through the suburban neighborhood to the wooded trail across the street. I’d forget my hat and gloves, you’d forget to remind me. I’d stuff one hand inside my pocket and the other inside your oversized mitten, rubbing against the […]

Players and Wombats

By Dan Brotzel Thursday was social tennis night at Sean’s club. After some peremptory bed-farewells and a tough Q&A session with the kids — ‘Why are your glasses on a string, daddy?’ ‘Why do you take five bats?’ ‘Is that headband really appropriate?’— he was out the door by 5 past seven, and throwing his […]

The Fires We Build

By Matthew Schultz We split wood and stack logs along the property line as summer retreats across the lake. We’ll make a fire tonight. There will be boots and flannel shirts, coffee in enamel mugs as bitter as September’s pallid pull. Kids are walking up the hill between the long grasses, their slight dirt path […]

Pig

By Sean Jacques Raised as an only child, on the outskirts of a rural town, I shared the first few years of my life with imaginary friends. I spoke to them, listened to them, and we never argued. Best of all, whatever hero I dreamt myself to be, whether it was Daniel Boone, Zorro, or […]

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