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Storied Orlando Chapter 33: Baptism Today, Jim turned thirty-three. He spent the night with the man he loves, though he hasn’t told him yet. Now, he stood in the living room of his house, the house he rented with his … Continue reading
Storied Orlando Chapter 32: Bill Bill’s lanky body communicated concern, languid hands gesturing, as his blond hair accentuated his habit of jerking his head to one side. The British ex-pat took the job in the OIA bookstore last month to … Continue reading
Storied Orlando Chapter 31: Cleaning “Love is what you’ve been through with somebody.” ― James Thurber When his wife cleans, Gary knows to stay out of the way. She doesn’t like his help with it — often saying as much — … Continue reading
Storied Orlando Chapter 30: Rocketman Since his wife left him for a fellow Rollins professor, Abe goes to Mars every night. He purchased a kid’s astronaut helmet from a thrift store in Ivanhoe, fashioned himself a passable uniform, then built … Continue reading
HERE & THERE a short play by Scottie Campbell Lights come up on two actors. They are in separate pools of light. When they speak it is forward to the audience as if they are looking directly at each other. … Continue reading
Storied Orlando Chapter 29: Corner In fifteen minutes Damian needed to be at Will’s to hear Rachel play. Only two blocks away, plenty of time. Except Damian had painted himself into a corner. Literally. He’d ripped the old tile out … Continue reading