Fiction • Sara Majka
In 1963, an eleven-year-old boy named Peter Harville was committed to a state mental hospital in the western part of Massachusetts, far from the island where he grew up. He had tried to commit suicide by cutting his wrists with his father’s coping saw, but he hadn’t made much of a mess. A pile of [...]
Sara Majka recently completed her MFA from the Bennington Writing Seminars. She has stories coming out in The Massachusetts Review and H.O.W., and lives in Northampton, Massachusetts, where she assists at Small Beer Press.
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