What’s Said After a Suicide Attempt

She walks out with him through the automatic doors of the hospital. "It's really good to feel sunshine," he says to her. "Lip service?" "No, I swear. You know I have zero self-control. So, I actually mean it. It feels good to be outside right now." "Zero, huh?" "Ok...so like I've only got 17% self-control."... Continue Reading →

Crossover

The driver is swerving the school bus more than the kid who sits in the front seat had ever noticed on other days. The front-seat kid is nothing like his peers; he is hyper-vigilant. Filling up the back rows--consumed with lewd chatter and earsplitting, rambunctious horseplay--are all the other middle schoolers who ride the 7A... Continue Reading →

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