The Porch Bench

By Ronita Sinha      It so happened that Minnie started baking treats for the neighborhood kids. It began the day Dr. Fish gently insisted that Minnie find something to do that gives her joy, a sense of purpose and fulfillment. Sitting in his grey impersonal chamber Minnie’s eyes misted over. Through the haze of … Continue reading The Porch Bench

Erasing The History Of My Oven

By John Dorroh I climbed into the oven to get a better look, to erase history with a brillo pad and some elbow grease.   The first mountain was pitch black and starless, a horrible crust from cheese that leaked from a Mexican casserole last July on the hottest day of the year. It was … Continue reading Erasing The History Of My Oven