By Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam

Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam's fiction and poetry has appeared in venues such as Hobart, PRISM International, Clarkesworld, and Everyman's Library's Monster Verse anthology.

  1. The woman did nothing more to catch Yakov's attention than to stand in the stale morning air, arms folded across her chest. In the crowd of commuters bustling through City Square, she should’ve been invisible, but the sight of her made him stop. He did not think her beautiful. He stared as if he were in one of the city’s churches and she was part of a mural on its wall.

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