A List of Some of the Things Martin Knows

Fiction Sasha Saben Callaghan

1. EACH TIME YOU HAVE AN INJECTION
Each time. Each time you have an injection in your arm. Not most times. EACH TIME. Each time you have an injection in your arm YOU LOSE TWO BRAIN CELLS. When I said that to Mr. Massie he said martin, YOU ARE A CAUTION, YOU ARE ONE OF A KIND, WITH ALL YOUR IDEAS  [...]

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Issue 25

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Winter 2017

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Sasha Saben Callaghan, a 2016 A Public Space Emerging Writer Fellow, is sixty and began writing seriously three years ago. In October 2015 she graduated from Edinburgh Napier University with an MA in creative writing. She is the program director of the Big Flame Disability Arts Festival and lives on the east coast of Scotland with her children and granddaughter.

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