One morning, Kind-Responsible-No-Baggage-Man isn’t in bed. He saunters in at 10AM with cappuccinos and he’s not wearing his mask. There’s a purple bruise ringed on his cheek like fish lips. “I need to tell you something,” he says.
David Joseph lives in Philadelphia with his wife. He served as Co-Editor-in-Chief of Susquehanna Review for its 2012 and 2013 issues. His fiction has appeared in Hobart, Big Lucks, W.W. Norton’s Hint Fiction, and elsewhere. Most recently, David story “Anna Karina Floats in the Ocean” was awarded 2nd Place in CHEAP POP & Great Lakes Commonwealth of Letters’ 2015 Micro-Fiction Contest. Connect with him on Twitter: @dfhjoseph