Author: Anne Harding Woodworth


Issue 1 | Fall 2017 |

  As she took off in a 737 from West Palm, one of the engines sucked a pelican into itself like a least-expected eddy in the Atlantic. Engine cut, leaving all work to the other, as the pilots aborted take-off and the passengers assumed the crash position, fetus-like. Those are the times, she said later, …