I always re-read on this day, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, the essay I published at Litro Magazine a few years ago. The link is here. Not easy being away from home so long, the Pandemic keeping our travel plans in check. Here’s to brighter and safer days ahead.
Hope Like a Hangover Coiled: The Feast of the Immaculate Conception
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James Claffey hails from County Westmeath, Ireland, and lives on an avocado ranch in Carpinteria, CA. His work appears in the W.W. Norton Anthology, "Flash Fiction International," and in Queen's Ferry Press's anthology, "Best Small Fictions of 2015," and he is a finalist in the "Best Small Fictions of 2016." His short fiction collection, "Blood a Cold Blue," is published by Press 53, and is novel, "The Heart Crossways," is published by Thrice Publishing. View all posts by James Claffey