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2016 Story 35

Today's story again comes from Clockwork Phoenix 5, edited by Mike Allen:

35. SQUEEZE by Rob Cameron.  Cameron's story is perhaps the shortest in the anthology, and it packs an emotional punch that might be bigger than any of the stories I've read so far. It's a first-person narrative of loss, of loneliness, of the rituals we put in place to prevent forgetting the deceased and how even those rituals break down and fail us over time, until something else sparks an emotion in us. In this case, an encounter with a ghostly figure and a haunted woman. A really engrossing tale that had tears in my eyes at the end.

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Apr. 21st, 2016 11:45 pm (UTC)
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