Category Archives: Fiction

Father’s Day

Father’s Day

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The women had left us when the heatwave began. At dusk, they had buried their heartjars in the earth and walked away. A line of women, mothers and wives, drifted through the valley. more

LTW

LTW

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These times never last forever and icons are merely ways to contextualize the present skipping forward, and forward and gone.more

The Real HarMar Superstar

The Real HarMar Superstar

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He wonders how the place will fare in his absence. more

Lights Out Helena: Montana, 1992

Lights Out Helena: Montana, 1992

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Onscreen, George Bailey is wandering the streets of Bedford Falls, pacing by the house of the girl he is meant to be with but doesn’t know it yet. I cry when he shakes her like a rabbit. You think I don’t know that love?more

A Blue Pill Night

A Blue Pill Night

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The suite is large and expectant; its bed a sea of pillows and false potential. more

Legacy

Legacy

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A short glimpse at a long generational dealing with addiction.more

Cool Red

Cool Red

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If it weren’t for the rabbit, he could make it all work.more

Two Stories by Dog Cavanaugh

Two Stories by Dog Cavanaugh

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If you’re willing to pay for it, in that part of the country you can have a person’s entire bedroom set along with all their clothes incinerated with the body. more

Over the Hill

Over the Hill

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What about your blood pressure? You promised you were only going to drink on the weekends. And, even then, no more than a couple glasses of red wine with dinner, three tops.more

The Time Travelers

The Time Travelers

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Oh, God…imagine the places we’ll go.more