In The Eye of a Needle, as a housekeeper makes plans to give her husband a birthday surprise, she learns how money affects people’s perceptions, their judgement, and how she sees herself.
“I love these stories for their tight and complex architectures, for their dark corners, and for their willingness to shine a light on all the people we’ve been and all we might become. Brace yourselves.” — T Kira Madden, author of Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls (Bloomsbury)
“In these beautiful stories, you’ll see yourself staring right back, mouthing the words, ‘Keep turning the pages. It’ll be okay—maybe not now, but someday.’” — Michael J Seidlinger, author of Standard Loneliness Package & My Pet Serial Killer
(ePub version, approx. 25 pages)