Friday, May 4, 2012

Short-Story Month 2012: Day 4, Diagnostic Drift by Michael Martone

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Transparent by Kasia,
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Since 1996, April has belonged to the poets.  But it has only been a few years, at least in her memory, that May has been unofficially officially declared National Short Story Month.

So, to celebrate the art of the short story, each day of May a story will be selected and posted at What She Might Think.

Since we're four days in, rather than catch up with four different stories, here's a lyrical short story in four parts:

 "Diagnostic Drift" by Michael Martone  

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