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Category: Fiction/Short Story

(Part One) – Her name was Clancy

Chaco province¬†was dry and hot that year. Living out of hotels was part of Gerry’s business, and simple phrases like “Where is the bathroom?” and “Where can I get a good drink” became part of an ever-growing ¬†vocabulary he brought back to his family back in New Jersey. His seven-year-old sister Stella’s international vocabulary always grew when Gerry came home. Gerry was a commodities dealer for a firm in New York City. A dry business except for the faces of farmers who finally had a customer in The United States.… Read more (Part One) – Her name was Clancy