Short Non Fiction From Holly Klinger

Here’s a brave friend I want to help out. Holly has a passion for life and she wants to write about it, which is amazing since every word is a struggle for her. I hope you can spare a few seconds and go give her an encouraging comment.

Hubris Press

I’m sitting in my new neighborhood park. It’s interesting. Like you have to watch your back kind of, yet peaceful. I like my new apartment; it reminds me of my grandma’s house because it’s old. So, it was easier to feel at home right away, but, man, I don’t like the carpet because it’s harder to move the Hoyer Lift around. I can’t come and go out of my apartment myself because it’s not a big enough space to open the door for my wheelchair, but it still may be possible with a little bit of work. I don’t know if it’s even worth me moving, but I hope it is. This is all teaching me patience and not to be so stubborn in my ways… maybe. I’m not feeling the hippie vibe I wanted to feel, or new energy. I feel stagnant, even more than when I moved. Maybe…

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By Sean Davis

Sean Davis is the author of The Wax Bullet War, a Purple Heart Iraq War veteran, and the winner of the Legionnaire of the Year Award from the American Legion in 2015 and the recipient of the Emily Gottfried Emerging Leader, Human Rights award for 2016. His stories, essays, and articles have appeared in the the Ted Talk Book The Misfit’s Manifesto (Simon and Schuster), Forest Avenue Press anthology City of Weird, Sixty Minutes, Story Corps, Flaunt Magazine, The Big Smoke, Human the movie, and much more.

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