“I ate it,” she said. “An hour ago.” Continue reading
Katie the Cop was, in the 1980’s, chiefly (this is a pun) notable for being the one-woman police force of our small town in Oregon at a time when women were not cops and certainly did not hold small-town office. Sure, the first and second waves of feminism had swept through the country, but our little town was pretty high up in the hills and if there was a feminism tsunami warning, we would have been an evacuation zone.
Oddly enough, it wasn’t the rumors that you could get out of a speeding ticket by buying the Avon (the official report says it was Mary Kay but they’re wrong) she kept in the trunk of the town’s single police car that finally brought Katie down.
No, it was the exorcisms. Continue reading
One of Those Weeks has turned into One of Those Months in One of Those Years. Continue reading
This is a Veterans’ Day story. Or a Thanksgiving story, you choose. It’s late for one and early for the other, which I guess fits with the theme anyway. Continue reading
Honestly, fuck summer. Continue reading