Really enjoyed CS Fuqua’s poem; it’s a delicate thing, the line between teaching your children to be independent, and having to watch them go.
Kevin Zambrano’s “Morning Thunderstorms in Tampa” is a fantastic story. I love the two men grappling with that indescribable strangeness inherent in being in a different place, particularly the South/Florida. And it’s hard to pull off a story that is nearly all dialogue, but here the characters’ words are so natural and the world/their movement within it is still vivid. Well done.
“Morning Thunderstorms in Tampa” was a really good read. The way that the narrator’s thoughts were casually thrown while listening to the opposite character’s story felt very natural and realistic. Real solid stuff.
I enjoyed reading “Morning Thunderstorms in Tampa” right up to the end… it left me feeling like I wanted to read more! Can anyone provide a link to Zambrano’s other work?
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