Category Archives: Summer 2016: I Want the World.

Too Much to Ask.

by Marissa Bell Toffoli.                                 Pancake, pancake. Eat that one, in your hand. You have it right there.                    No, Mama. More. The boy has begun to understand there is a name for each want. I take the pancake, … Continue reading

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Fabulous.

by David D. Horowitz.   “How’s it going today, David?” “Fine.” “Just ‘fine’? Normally, you say ‘fabulous’ or ‘marvelous.’ Is anything wrong?” “I’m fine—but not with fanatics bombing dozens of families picnicking in a park on Easter. My weekend was … Continue reading

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