Scene from the ice skating rink

This entry is part 17 of 17 in the series Issue XII: Spring 2013 Prose

By Lynne Stolper I look out my sixth floor window and see life. I see lights at night but during the day I see people all shapes, sizes and colors. Some are dressed for skating some not. I see people enjoying life, skating round and round with the sun reflecting on them. Some fall, others […]

No Boys Allowed

This entry is part 16 of 17 in the series Issue XII: Spring 2013 Prose

By Zoe Frederick      

I Remember

This entry is part 15 of 17 in the series Issue XII: Spring 2013 Prose

By Donicia King I remember November 16, 1987 when my son Adam was born. It was a very cold day. I remember at home with this newborn. I remember the first few weeks he slept so peacefully. I would have to wake him up for his feeding. I remember my husband and I made a […]

Le Petit Prince

This entry is part 14 of 17 in the series Issue XII: Spring 2013 Prose

By Yvette Woodard Unselfish little prince! That’s what his name means. Those three words were so true. This precious little boy was simply gorgeous and could have been on any Pampers commercial. He was the prince of my eyes, and everyone else’s also. First grandchild, first grandson, first nephew and, of course, the first child […]

Layover

This entry is part 13 of 17 in the series Issue XII: Spring 2013 Prose

By Derek Loosvelt   NYWC Workshop Leader, Osborne Association Back before the Soviet Union fell, I was flying through Moscow. I don’t recall where I was heading. Perhaps Southeast Asia. Perhaps India. Point is, back then, when Russia was communist, all the inexpensive flights originating in Europe connected through Moscow. And in Moscow the waiting times […]