Cohocton, Reunion

Fiction Kayla Blatchley

The daughters are put to work upon their arrival, nominated by the mothers to cook the dinner for the many guests. They are instructed as to which prepared foods to combine, but there is dust on the utensils on the counter, crud on the knives, grease in slick, thick coats on the pans, and the  [...]

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Issue 25

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25

Winter 2017

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Kayla Blatchley’s work has appeared in NOON, Unsaid, and online at Two Serious Ladies. She lives in Syracuse, New York.

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