One Story: Guts; The Third Birdhouse

“Small-town girls’ unsafety is accepted as a certainty.”  So says Gnesis Villar, who is a sophomore at Kenyon College.  I liked this premise–because can’t it be said that we accept girls’ unsafety in our current society?  The execution wasn’t my favorite.

A retelling of the story of Abraham and Issac, this was a story that was over so quickly, I had to read it again.  It worked well for me.  Well done, John Biguenet.

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