Devastated by the loss of his wife, Leonard struggles to stay connected to a world that loses meaning every day, bringing him to the crossroads of the ultimate choice … and a long-abandoned past.

A tale of love, loss, and magical realism by Nick DiChario.
Read by R. Emmett Michie.

First published in The Tampa Tribune Fiction Quarterly (1998) and collected in The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror: Twelfth Annual Collection (1999), this story is followed by an interview with Nick, hosted by Dean Amsler.

Directed by Ted Wenskus.
Interview post-production by Kurt Schweitzer.
Story post-production and mixing by Ted Wenskus.
Disturbing Frequencies logo artwork by Alan Vincent Michaels.
Photography by Amanda McFaul.

This is an original production by Disturbing Frequencies and the Rochester Speculative Literature Association. It is brought to you under a creative commons, attribution, non-commercial, no derivatives license. All other rights are reserved by the author.



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