“Boundless and Bare” in Hare’s Paw Journal

by Jeff Fleischer

A new fiction story is out today. “Boundless and Bare,” featuring a museum exhibit’s thoughts from behind the glass, appears in Hare’s Paw Journal.

An excerpt:

For a century now, he’d stood behind the glass. Omari’s body was smaller than it had been in life, his bones folded inward just like the earthen tomb that long held them. His skin painted dark by the broad brush of time; his face taut where once it had been so round his mother likened it to the shape of the full moon.


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