Christie IslerDuring the day, Christie Isler civilizes ten-year-olds and writes poetry and short fiction around the edges. To date, she has published several pieces, both poetry and short fiction, in a variety of online journals and has the seeds of several novels lying dormant in her computer files.
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I put on lipstick and perfume to sell my wedding ring. I tried to sell it once before, several years ago now. The jeweler had offered me two hundred dollars for an engagement ring, a wedding ring, an anniversary necklace … Continue reading
I’ve been looking for a use for you, a purpose, some sort of box to carry around your twisted up remains, left over from that fun house mirror called irreconcilable differences (not like I saw you try). But I’ve figured … Continue reading