“Winter Stories” by A.E. Clark

The charcoal line she drew was large enough to climb inside.

Old pressure on the arthritic joint.

Though there wasn’t the thing, there was its proof.

Art: When the child was found under the snow, her mother left her there.



A.E. CLARK received her BA from Beloit College and her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She is the author of the chapbook ADDRESSES HOME (Finishing Line Press, 2015). Other recent work has appeared or is forthcoming in Mid-American Review, Rust + Moth, and Menacing Hedge. She lives in Las Vegas, where she works as an antiquarian bookseller. www.aeclarkwriter.com.

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