My mother always worked, so in summers she’d drop us at the head of the river, where we’d put our tubes in the water and float back into town, free to spend our days however we pleased. Sometimes we got out of the water, hauled our tubes up the bank, and bought orange sodas at […]
CAMERON SHENASSA is a writer from Chicago. His stories and essays have appeared in Electric Literature, The Pinch, Hobart, and others. He has an MFA from Oregon State University and is a dual citizen of the US and Luxembourg.