ByJuliana Gray

Juliana Gray is a poet and essayist whose humor pieces have appeared in The Big Jewel and Defenestration. She teaches English and creative writing at Alfred University in western New York.

  1. I know the local detectives have done their best, but I really think it’s time for us to move on. This investigation isn’t going anywhere, and we all know it. It’s time to call in someone a little more sophisticated, someone more empathetic--someone who really gets me. Part of this is my fault, I know. I should have known that my pattern of elegant but brutal serial murders would go right over the heads of…