The Writers’ Cafe Magazine – ISSUE 9 “Our National Health”

Perhaps an Angel by Susan Castillo Past midnight, A&E. Nurses check charts, murmur about boyfriends, coffee, changing shifts. In a cubicle, a doctor stitches up a scalp as though he’s making lace. Deft hands, cappuccino skin, eyes bruised almonds. I know I’ve seen him somewhere. I flash back to Manhattan. In a museum called the … More The Writers’ Cafe Magazine – ISSUE 9 “Our National Health”

The Writers’ Cafe Magazine – ISSUE 2 “Community Active”

A hip flask is a window to yesterday by Kate Garrett We all perform our parts down to an art on these nights: she is the witch, he is the rock star, the brain, the vamp, the librarian; conversations repeat, predictable loops. And so it goes, until I catch a glint of silver returning to … More The Writers’ Cafe Magazine – ISSUE 2 “Community Active”