Category: Fiction

FICTION: Intolerance

Hank had already looked at two rental apartments today. Neither was even remotely promising. The first was in a five-story brick building on a crowded street on Chicago’s North Side with an abandoned warehouse for a neighbor. As he had approached the address in his car, all it had taken was one look at the building

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FICTION: Hope, Always Hope

The memories seem all black-and-white eight-millimeter movies now, a grainy montage of scenes from his earlier life. They comfort him in ways the doctors cannot see, as if the struggling mind by some instinct knows there’s fortitude in the familiar and the old. There are the neighborhood children gathered around the old backyard picnic table,

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