Nonfiction by Kelsey Landhuis
Issue 8 / Nonfiction

Nonfiction by Kelsey Landhuis

This is how it is every day. One small white pill. Two slightly larger yellow pills. Four syringes filled with clear liquid, drawn and depressed and redrawn to eliminate any air bubbles. Four pricks of the finger producing four drops of blood, plump, round and bright red. Cross your fingers and wait- Continue reading

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Nonfiction by Ruth Nolan
Issue 8 / Nonfiction

Nonfiction by Ruth Nolan

My Grandson’s Feet I.     My Army soldier son-in-law sent my daughter a short instant message on Facebook from Kandahar, Afghanistan one night, about how he had just seen a soldier’s feet blown off at the ankles in Afghanistan when the guy stepped in the wrong place at the wrong time. My son-in-law messaged that he … Continue reading