| Authors | Jack Coey
When Jack Coey fishes, he throws back anything he catches.
Stories by Jack Coey
God’s CreaturesIllustrated by Michael Ilkiw
The old man was alone in the cabin with a picture window over the water. He held a coffee cup and was humming. There was a radio playing songs and advertisements. After some moments, he moved to the sink and rinsed some forks and knives and dried them with a towel. His wife died over …
HeadstoneIllustrated by Hannah Nolan
He was a boy named Perkins in a New England town, and his father owned the garage and his mother was the nurse at the grade school, and that summer it was hot and dry. It was a time before computers and cell phones and the T.V.s were black and white. Elvis sang songs on …