Nobody's Listening at Beat to a Pulp this week. Mrs. Schenck delivers a short story that will make your mind gasp when it's over. It's a wonderful example of fiction being more honest than non-fiction. It's also a well-layered tale that compels the reader to think about several issues at once. Very nice work, Mrs. Schenck.
PS-- Next week, I believe, a writer I am too familiar with will be featured at BTAP.
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