The Master Knitter

Natalie Liounis

While the first solid half of my pregnancy was pretty rough, the second half (as of writing this) has been quite pleasant. Despite the annoyance of this belly I never had before, life has been good, and feeling the baby move around inside me is the most incredible thing I’ve ever felt. It is simultaneously…

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Adrift in the Storm

Cole Smith

The storm had the quality of chaos that melts one’s courage. Where the orderly world once existed—and the illusion of control—there was the unhinging of helpless terror. Had they ever been ripped by a wind so strong? The boat spun and bucked on the waves like a piece of tree bark, tiny in the midst…

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