Packing Up My Son’s Childhood

“On Thursday, I find the molted remains of my son’s childhood crumpled on the bathroom floor like a dirty shirt shoved into a corner, thin and wrinkled and seemingly far too small.”

Read more of my story, “Packing Up My Son’s Childhood,” and so many other fantastic tales in the anthology, And If That Mockingbird Don’t Sing: Parenting Stories Gone Speculative, now available from Alternating Current Press.

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