It’s a Tuesday when he wakes up and he realizes he is very much alone. The window, left open during the night, lets in a cool breeze and it ripples the Moroccan scarf she hung there many months ago. He glances around the room and he sees that the silver backed hairbrush that belonged to her mother is missing. The… Read more →
Grace Hertenstein is currently a student at the New School in New York City. She draws inspiration from such writers as as Junot Diaz, George Orwell, and Flannery O’Connor. Grace tends to write about secrets and dark corners, jealousy and humility, strange beginnings and bittersweet endings, and enjoys tackling her work from different angles and different points of view. Her work has appeared in Sleet Magazine (www.sleetmagazine.com/selected/grace_v3n2.html) and in the anthology The Gothic Blue Book
(www.amazon.com/Gothic-Blue-Book-Haunted-Edition/dp/14664224323.bio) (the Haunted Issue) under the name Abe Grace.