Skive Issue Six

“Toronto” Published in Skive

Short Fiction

Skive

He had to be turned every day to prevent bedsores, and this had to be done manually. She hired a drop-out med student to do this, and to run the machines she brought at great expense over the internet. The slow soundless accordion that handled his breathing, the complex white cages and drips.

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My short story “Toronto” appears in Issue #6 of Skive magazine, which is available both in print and online.