Fictive Dream: Barbara Robinson “Everybody Smokes in Heaven”

“…an invisible force pins me to the surface of the road. I feel broken inside, like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle in a sealed plastic bag, then warm, liquid numbness floods me. I see sky, then the inside of my eyelids.” 

Superb writing from another of our past contributors, Barbara Robinson, whose evocative and affecting story “Supersum” was in our New Short Stories 9.

Author: SJ Moran

At the time of typing this, I am editor of Willesden Herald "Story of the Month". I also write poetry and fiction, and some of my words have gone out into the world in print as well as online. Website: www.sjmoran.com