Fiction

Evelyn Saves America: Part IV

Jessie Rosen - October 27, 2017

Evelyn’s still at it, this time with even more help. [If you missed the earlier Evelyn Saves America stories you can find Parts I through III in links at the bottom of this story] — “Hi, I’m Judge,” Judge said as he slumped into the back of Daniel’s car. Evelyn was in the front passenger seat next to Daniel. She told him she felt strange making …

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Evelyn Saves America: Part III

Jessie Rosen - October 11, 2017

I’ve been doing these free writes as if I am Evelyn and I’m making the moves I would make in this same completely insane scenario that makes me very happy. So far I keep having new ideas of what I’d do next, hence another little post. — The group had been meeting in the back booth at the Panera Bread on West Main Street every …

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Evelyn Saves America: Part II

Jessie Rosen - October 9, 2017

A little more from the Evelyn Saves America story, because that’s what came out during another free write.  — Evelyn did not really know where to begin with this little project because she had never been a criminal. She had been a secretary at the Newtown Board of Education, then a mother, and then run the front office for her husband’s landscaping business. This was …

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Evelyn Saves America: Part I

Jessie Rosen - October 5, 2017

I wrote this little story during my free write yesterday. More on how free writes are going, but I liked this enough to post it. No idea what it really is or where it’s really going, which is probably the biggest success of my whole free writing experiment.       Evelyn was already awake when her alarm went off at its everyday hour, 5:45am. She …

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