30 June 2014

Short Story with a Deaf Protagonist

Looking for some beach reading? Our founding editor's got a short story (with a Deaf narrator) in this issue of the Massachusetts Review:

       Everything that moves makes a sound, my mother told me once.  It was her response to a firestorm of test-cases, me running around our house pointing and saying, How about that? How about that?
      Everything, she said.
      Of course there are the obvious examples: feet stomping, drawers shutting, vibrations I can feel. But with other things — the ceiling fan, the flicking of switches and igniting of bulbs — I’m not so sure. 
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