The Good Men Project has been publishing some great fiction, thanks to fiction editor Matt Salesses.
So I'm very happy that my short story "Where You Live" has found a home there.
Here's how it starts:
"It was the director himself who called. His voice, serious and low, sounded trained for such occasions, the delivering of bad news to loved ones and relatives. And this was what he told me: my mother—68 years old, known for her marble sponge cake and Zen-like bridge skills, a rabid fan of movie musicals—was missing. Missing. Though he didn’t use that word. Euphemisms were employed instead. 'Temporarily unaccounted for' was one, 'currently unsupervised' another."
You can continue reading "Where You Live" here.