I have a new story, “One Player or Two?,” in the latest issue Commonthought, the literary magazine my students at Lesley University put together each fall.
“One Player or Two?” is about a kid named Evan, in his first year at college, still clinging to the traditions he and his late father held dear, in spite of how awkward or outdated they might be. There’s a Nintendo Entertainment System, a McDonald’s patty melt, and much, much more.
Give it a read, won’t you? It’s surrounded by more than 100 pages of poetry, prose, and art. So, even if you hate it, there’s sure to be something worth your time.