When does childhood end? For these boys, it happened one day too tragically quick. We walked across on the I-94 overpass to get to the woodlands on the other side of the highway that’s been our hang out through the summer. There among the maples, oaks, and hawthorns, within the tall prairie grasses and goldenrods,Continue reading “Eugene”

“It Was a Dark and Stormy Night…”

Author note: Some beginnings just start badly. “It was a dark and stormy night…”, so began Niles Steinberger’s latest literary effort making it the fifty-eighth time he produced a piece to submit for publication that would most likely end up becoming his fifty-eighth rejection. This, along with the one hundred and sixteen short stories heContinue reading ““It Was a Dark and Stormy Night…””