Words by Stephen Graham Jones
Audio by Psychomelodic
She wasn’t like the other girls. On basketball trips, they’d all be rabbits at the salad bar, but she’d sit with us, the boys’ table, and actually eat. I didn’t fall all the way in love with her until summer, though, and, once school started, instead of me asking her to the Harvest Moon Dance, she asked me, said she had her dad’s truck, that we could sneak out to the old airstrip, watch the moon bob on the horizon. Yeah. So that’s where I’ll be tonight, out there with her. See you tomorrow. You won’t even recognize me.Soundtrack:
(If the music player doesn't show up for you, go to Psychomelodic and click play on "Match Made in Hell.")
Bio: Stephen Graham Jones teaches at CU-Boulder and is an author of experimental fiction, horror fiction, crime fiction, and science fiction. Forthcoming work includes IT CAME FROM DEL RIO and THE ONES THAT GOT AWAY.
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