Fiction • Kiki Delancey
He was big, but fragile. If he’d straightened completely he’d have been a good six-two. A good tall man with large shoulders and a broad back, he was a big size in the old way, what we used to call “country big”; his body expressed physical work, the bearing aloft of bales and crates, combined [...]
Kiki Delancey is the author of the story collection Coal Miner’s Holiday (Sarabande Books).
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