Read my short story Do Not Neglect a Gunlocke as published in the online literary journal Typishly.
Pulling, twisting, turning, ripping. Dust fills the workspace, and the smell of cat urine makes the air unbreathable. Pliers, a hammer, and a flat screwdriver break bones, tear tendons, and remove foam and cotton fill from the chair that I adopted from Wendy at work. I wipe sweat from my forehead and pry up sharpContinue reading “Do Not Neglect a Gunlocke- 800 words”