“on a card written in crayon:”, by Cynthia Day
Appeared in Nanoism, June 6th, 2018
I adore this. (Spoilers….) At first I took it for the love note of a rather daffy adult. It was only on a reread that I got who the writer of the card was.
“I wouldn’t wash her handprint off the window,” by Shane Olivieri
Appeared in Nanoism, June 27th, 2018
I like the implication that the narrator is deep in denial—or rather, was. Perhaps this is about a child who refuses to visit her noncustodial parent after the divorce.
“Today was okay,” by Daniel Galef
Appeared in Nanoism, January 8th, 2014
I like the filename.