“Funeral Games” by Kay Sexton

by kattomic

“Funeral Games” by Kay Sexton


Story 222/366

There’s a wonderful conceit at the heart of this story, and this is my favorite line: “It was hard to use musical code with someone sixty-seven years younger.”  You can read Sexton’s story in Storyglossia (Issue 21, July 2007) here. You can also read more of her short stories on East of the Web.

See you tomorrow!