Nuala eyed the road from the window. Her right thumbnail chewed to the quick, she moved to the forefinger, spitting the random bits over the lounger. Fainche set a firm scowl on her daughter. “I doubt you’ll be cleaning up that bit of mess.” “Aye, Mam.” Nuala rolled her eyes.”Damn post, always late.” “Language, girl.” […]
About A. M. Gwynn
A.M. Gwynn writes short fiction, poetry, and current affairs commentary. Her most recent work appeared in the July issue of (em>Wilderness House Literary Review. Her work has also appeared in War, Literature & the Arts, Grey Sparrow Journal, Consequence Magazine, Sleet Magazine, O-Dark-Thirty, and other literary venues.