This short-fiction anthology includes entertaining tales that are rich in atmosphere and psychological depth.
High school students in 1960 get a crash course in kindness and friendship.
An old woman recalls the painful lessons of her childhood and the loss of her husband.
This story is my re-telling of one of the Greek Dionysus myths. It takes place in a small town in the American south, sometime in the early to mid-1900s.
A young girl must learn to cope with her ailing grandmother. She learns about life . . . and death. This story was published in the August 2004 issue of Grit.