I wrote this unwittingly in the heat of the moment. I wonder if it’s any good. I was just feeling this new typewriter font I got from online. And spilled my heart out to a friend about this family drama I’ve been experiencing. Words really are like paper.
Batibot: small but terrible. Melissa R. Sipin is a writer from Carson, CA. She won First Place in the 2013 Glimmer Train Fiction Open. Her work is published/forthcoming in Guernica, Glimmer Train Stories, PANK, Kweli Journal, and HYPHEN, among others. She cofounded and is editor-in-chief of TAYO Literary Magazine. As a Kundiman Fiction Fellow, VONA/Voices Fellow, and U.S. Navy wife, she teaches at ODU and Tidewater Community College and blogs at www.msipin.com. She's working on a novel.