Don’t Say ‘No’ to a Cold Winter’s Night Sweat dries then chills my exposed throat as I return home from a run in the winter dusk. “Not again!” No light shines; another power outage, frigid night. Muscle memory steers me down the hall, into my bedroom. A blast of heat, an odor—sour, putrid, noxious—strikes me. … Continue reading Guest Writer Marcy: Microprose!
Mom’s Taste The floor tasted like a glob of Mom’s lasagna, the crumbs of her bread, her spill of lemonade, her angry cries, her stomping out the door. I licked it daily, nightly, tasting her return. Marcy Dilworth has been writing forever, but only recently started inviting anyone to witness it. She earned her English degree at … Continue reading Guest Writer Marcy Returns!
Marcy Dilworth is back with another great story for the YeahWrite weekly fiction/poetry grid. The one-word prompt this week is "moldy." More info about Marcy after the story! Casserole With a Twist Marie teetered into the kitchen on her chunky black old-lady heels, and handed the bonus-sized casserole dish to her oldest friend, my … Continue reading Guest Writer Marcy!
I’m excited to host Marcy Dilworth’s story “Keep You Safe” for the YeahWrite fiction/poetry grid this week! The focus of the challenge is “showing, not telling,” and the one-word prompt is: paradox -- any person, thing, or situation exhibiting an apparently contradictory nature. More info about Marcy after the story! Keep You Safe My sweet … Continue reading Guest Writer Marcy Dilworth