Short Story: “Lament of a Lost Daughter” Part 2

Isabella McCall, Columnist • ikmccall17@ehc.edu At dark times, it’d been a difficult relationship between my mother and I. Mother comparing child, eventually woman comparing woman. Each comparison was voiced in an argument rather than a suggestion. During my naive youth, I thought the fault of these arguments laid purely on my mother, but with age and… Read More Short Story: “Lament of a Lost Daughter” Part 2

Short Story: “Lament of a Lost Daughter” Part 1

Isabella McCall, Columnist • ikmccall17@ehc.edu The silvery-black scales of the deceased salmon flew out chaotically in all directions. One landing with a soft, wet plop on my cheek. I twitched as my skin felt the contact of the cold, alien object. Most of the other workers would have just wiped it away with one sloppy stroke… Read More Short Story: “Lament of a Lost Daughter” Part 1