Spring Reprints: Week 1 Pt. 1
The Potato is at my door again. This is the third day in a row. She’s all trussed up in her brown track suit. Her skin is as white and wet as the inside of a raw potato and she has eyes everywhere. I can hear her sweating out there. It rolls off her face and onto the concrete porch, where it sizzles and evaporates in a salty poof that I can smell through the door. She is here to talk about the incident, I’m sure, but I refuse to engage. I’ll lay here all day curled up like a shrimp, if I have to. [Read more]
The first story of our 2018 digital reprints is “The Potato” by Rachel Luria.