My dad came home from work and sat on the black leather couch in the living room. He always sat in the same spot. He always looked tired. Every night went the same: first work, then couch until the ... [+]
Jared Levy has stories published in several regional and international journals including Jellyfish Review and Passages North. He holds a BA in Philosophy from Bates College and an MFA from Warren Wilson College. He is a recipient of support from the Lacawac Artists’ Residency and the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, and he is a proud member of the Backyard Writers Workshop in Philadelphia, PA.
When Wally asks me to punch him in the stomach, I try not to hold back. I let it rip. I set my feet like he taught me to, draw back my fist, and deliver a blow to the spot he's pointing at—right ... [+]
Lost in the light
of a laundry
I ... [+]