Tag: Pete Hurtgen

FICTION: Crack by Kevin Acott

Malik sits there, the day after his seventeenth birthday, staring at the clock, waiting for the bell. Every weekday at this time he feels the punch of his heart, the push-pull of his breath, the trembling in his legs. Every weekday at this time he knows he’s a couple of hours away from talking to

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FICTION: The Last Ultimo by Peter Hurtgen

Being a tightrope walker is not as easy as it looks. It’s not the actual tightrope walking that’s the problem. That’s easy for me. It’s in my blood. It’s everything else you have to deal with outside of the show that is an affront to my person. Like elephant excrement. Do you know how much

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