INTRUSION

BY ANDREW BOWEN

William opened the front door and with a deep breath, took in the warm, sunny day. A white plastic bag tumbled gently along the walkway toward his porch. William pretended not to see the bag and shut the door as if it were a missionary delivering the Good News and a smile.

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Theology is Andrew Bowen‘s playground. His fiction and essays have appeared in places like Prick of the Spindle, decomP, Wrong Tree Review, Metazen, Underground Voices, and more. He is the founding editor of Divine Dirt Quarterly and at The Dirty Prophet. He is the creator of Project Conversion, an initiative in which he fully immerses himself in one religion, each month, for an entire year. He’s having a blast.

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One thought on “INTRUSION

  1. susan tepper says:

    One of those infinite moments deftly captured here.
    Lovely micro, Andrew

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