I’m regularly being interrupted – called to the phone, sent out on a diaper run, shot with water from a garden hose, accosted by street beggars. It’s been that way since you went in for routine surgery and never came out. And yet despite the fog and corpse flies, despite the police officers who like to use their nightsticks, September is still summer, and there’s nothing wrong with that, someplace that’s got a pool table and a jukebox, and where old bandits and pirates carouse until closing and a one-eyed yellow cat curled up asleep in the corner keeps indifferent watch.
Howie Good is the author most recently of What It Is and How to Use It from Grey Book Press and Spooky Action at a Distance from Analog Submission Press. He co-edits the journals Unbroken and UnLost.
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