As Annie lay dying in her bed, she tried to remember a time when she had been truly and completely happy. This was the way she began each day—sifting through the debris of her life. After the sponge bath and the pills and the long, painful trip to the bathroom. Lately she had taken to… [Read More]
Maxine Rosaler’s fiction and nonfiction has appeared in or is scheduled to appear in The Southern Review, Glimmer Train, Green Mountains Review, Fifth Wednesday, and other literary quarterlies, and has been cited in Best American Short Stories. She lives in New York City and is currently at work on a novel.