“Should I turn here?” asked my seventy-six-year-old sister Mae. My god, I thought, she has it too—that mental image of familiar places with their signs, colors, windows, even parking lots all hovering in front of a mist that obscures their locations and the routes to get there. She was driving us to the Italian restaurant on Wrigley Street the second… Read more →
Molly Gillcrist received an MA from the University of Virginia in speech pathology and audiology and then worked in that area doing evaluation and treatment at Kennedy Memorial Hospital in a Boston suburb. Gillcrist worked in a public school system in the Portland, Oregon area as a speech/language specialist and developed ESL programs for the district. Gillcrist’s writing has been published or is forthcoming in apt, Chagrin, Common Ground Review, Ginosko, Licking River Review, The Oregonian, Oregon English Journal, and The Writing Disorder. She currently serves on the editorial board of the Oregon English Journal.