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Mark Du Mez

Mark Du Mez is a writer of little consequence living in Manhattan. A handful of fairy tales comprise the totality of his work; they have been read by an even smaller handful.

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Erica Abeel, Conscience Point; Rikki Ducornet, The One Marvelous Thing.

Danielle and the Dyer

It was snowing. It would always snow throughout the holidays. White billowing bluffs lined the village streets, while a glimmering of hoarfrost lay atop the sidewalk snow. Danielle slid her feet beneath the crispy coating.

On the Nisqually

Whether on a ferry or in queue to board, Sleep would wait until the last moment before starting her car. Her father had taught her this; her mother later taught her through emulation to despise any neighboring motorist who did not act in kind.

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The Brooklyn Rail

SEPT 2020

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