Today I read my friend Patrice’s story “Carlisle,” just out in Outside In Travel & Literary Magazine:

Mitch pulled the photo from an envelope and set it on his desk. He turned on his lamp for better light. Penny must have leaned out of a window to take this one. Some window right beside the Carlisle Theatre’s awning. The awning jutted forward into a triangle. On one diagonal block letters (filled in with marquee bulbs) ran backwards, E-L-S-I-L-R-A-C. In the foreground, near Mitch’s thumb, just an L-E. It was daytime, but in the night, what color did the lights glow?


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