Why You Shouldn’t Count On Luck

By |August 12th, 2019|Categories: Fiction|Tags: , , , , , |

I will be missing for 3 days. It will not be long enough. On the fourth, the train will leave Cleveland Ave promptly at 8:32am. I will sit left back facing forward with bloodshot eyes, unkempt hair, wearing a rumpled pile of laundry smelling of sex, blood, jizz, and piss. [...]

The Apartment On Dow Avenue: Part I

By |August 8th, 2019|Categories: Fiction|

He watched the moving truck roll down the street from his second story window on a rainy Saturday afternoon. The apartment across the street had been empty for a few months and he wondered if this was the new tenant. Light daydreams passed through his mind as he absentmindedly clacked [...]