Category: Fiction

Black Ribbons

By: Paul Beckman Sarah safety-pinned on her dress a piece of cloth from her mother’s apron, a corner off her father’s tallit, and a piece from her brother’s baseball uniform. Then, leaving the […]

Yes, Massa

By: William B. Turner “Junior!” he bellowed. “Where did that boy get to now?” Willard wondered to himself. He was an irascible, but not unusually cruel for the times, man who was […]

The Fog

By Peter Ninnes   “Do you think you’re the same person you were seven years ago, when you first moved to Helsinki?” The train pulled out of Tampere station on the way […]