C. Josephson reflects on loss, love and the mystery of change.
August: known for its beautiful weather as summer nears its end, but also a time of pervasive melancholy for our author, triggered by a history of loss during this particular month.
Inspired by the idea of an aging toxic family member, C. Josephson’s poem Indebted describes the conflicted feelings of obligation, necessity, compassion, pity, resentfulness, and love.
A mother tries to come to terms with the aduction of her child that occured at a shopping mall years earlier in this new story by Neal Eric Yeomans.
In time for Memorial Day, C. Josephson brings to us a piece of fantasy and a look at honor.
In C. Josephson’s new story, a daughter’s lifelong feelings of inadequacy finally reach a boiling point with her mother in a department store. A meditation on love and loss.
Two middle school boys follow Mr. Sprout, the local gas station worker, home from work.