She wakes. It’s dark. She reaches to turn on the light, and it’s not there. Her hand sweeps the air. She tries again. No lamp. No nightstand. She gets to one elbow and hears her glasses rattle down the side of the bed. She pushes back the bedding, swings her feet to the floor, and… [Read More]
Jennifer Clements is an architect and psychologist who moved from San Francisco to an island off the coast of Maine to write fiction. She has had a story in Prick of the Spindle, as well as nonfiction and academic publications in several books and journals.