Short Short Fiction
by Steve Hill '03
It is the last week of July, and on CNN there is video footage showing thousands of Israelites and Jews from countries around the world making a pilgrimage to the Western Wall. The wall itself is stunning: ancient, desert in color, with small specimens of flora creeping out from the cracks in the...
by Lisa Kandle Catto, M.S. '95
I’ve always had bad timing. I catch red lights, miss airplanes, and marry men at the wrong time in their lives.
I left my divorce lawyer’s office with the final papers signed and tucked in my handbag. I decided to celebrate and walked to my favorite fine restaurant. I...