Susannah Fontaine-Williams and the Extra-dimensional Bag, Pt. 1

It’s Feb. 1 and the garden is still beneath a coat of snow criss-crossed with footprints and pocked by various tree droppings. Even the roof, bathed in sunlight, still has snow and ice on it. In the summer, there were tremendous spiderwebs spanning the eaves with huge, voracious spiders and these webs have been replaced … Continue reading Susannah Fontaine-Williams and the Extra-dimensional Bag, Pt. 1

Unfinished – Wheelchairs…

Fix the errors in “Get your hands of my chair young man.” The second woman on the bus is now a younger woman, maybe in her twenties, and she's in a wheelchair because her legs have been blown off at the knees by a bomb in a train station. She's the only one who survived. … Continue reading Unfinished – Wheelchairs…

Unfinished – Two wheelchairs on a Bus

The bus pulled up for Rose at the corner of Columbus and 75th. The driver extended the ramp and she haltingly pushed forward to get over the edge of the ramp and grab a handrail inside the bus. It was slow going. She felt her chair nudge forward and turned her head around to see … Continue reading Unfinished – Two wheelchairs on a Bus

It pains us to write this letter

To the McKelveys, You’ve been our closest, dearest friends for as long as we can remember. Some of the happiest times of our lives have been spent in your company and I think I speak for Bob as well when I say that just about every happy memory of our adult lives has been shared … Continue reading It pains us to write this letter

Bob the Flipchart

Bob the Flipchart The argument started in the box – Bob was part of a flipchart 3-pack and he shared space with his two siblings, Miriam and Filbert. Miriam was saying – and he really had no memories of anything before – that life began when flipcharts were bound. Flibert argued that life surely began … Continue reading Bob the Flipchart