Book Review | Grist Mill Road by Christopher Yates

It’s the long, sultry summer of 1982 in a small town in upstate New York. School friends Matthew and Patrick are spending the day up in the Swangum mountains. Nothing about this is unusual - it's where they've whiled away many summer days past. ‘I loved it in the Swangums, the summer of ‘81 one … Continue reading Book Review | Grist Mill Road by Christopher Yates

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Perfect Prose #7: Elsewhere

"And there will be other lives for unpaid debts, for one-night stands, for Prague and Paris, for painful shoes with pointy toes, for indecision and revisions. And there will be other lives for fathers walking daughters down aisles. And there will be other lives for sweet babies with skin like milk..."

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Mother by S. E. Lynes

‘That was how he described the knot he’d carried in his chest ever since he could remember - a knot that, no matter how often he picked at it, would never loosen. The knot persisted throughout his childhood, into his teens: a tight confusion of endless loops, without beginning without middle without end.’