1. Every time I read another of Steven Carr’s stories I’m left in awe of how he creates such imagery and internal conflict in such a short piece. This is, by far, the darkest of his stories I’ve read: a true human experience of general nature and realism. I owe my first short story publication to him, his inspiration, and his generousity in helping his fellow authors and aspiring writers.

  2. Robin Loehr

    I liked this story very much, Steven. Yes, it was dark and sleazy, but your main character has plenty of reason to live the kind of life he is forced to. This has a kind of gritty realism that is not often seen in modern fiction.

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