Sand Dollars by Wendy Fontaine

Measuring Up by Aileen Hunt

Palestines by Alison B. Hart

Toxicology by Stacey Resnikoff

Measuring Up by Aileen Hunt

My father knew his clients’ bodies intimately. He knew whose shoulders sloped, who had one leg longer than the other,…

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Measuring Up by Aileen Hunt

old measuring tape metric

My father knew his clients’ bodies intimately. He knew whose shoulders sloped, who had one leg longer than the other, and whose neck was disproportionately large.

Korea, 1952 by Carl Titkin

grease gun on display in museum

The only trouble with switchboard duty was that it’s a pivotal function in an artillery battery. I didn’t take any of that stuff seriously—everything was just army BS to me.