• Golden by Thomas McGauley

    Chapman steps to the corner of 10th Street and Ocean Drive. South Beach, wind in the palmettos, and the tide surging for dunes. It is the smoking metro twilight. Chapman smells shrimp and pasta from a sidewalk café. Lindell walks up. Chapman says, “We get inside. When I say, ‘God bless the internet,’ you pull […]

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  • Patches by Thomas McGauley

    Cassie Boone steps in the diner. She blinks her eyes. Pancake special on the chalkboard. Taj is in a booth. Cassie walks over. She smells home fries. Taj looks up. He wipes his hands on a blue cloth napkin. “You got it?” Cassie nods; she leads the way down the back hall. Taj says, “What’s […]

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