Mitchell Garrard

After The Tone

In the last letter I
wrote to my wife, I
confessed that I
don't intend on writing. My brother called, but I
didn't answer. In my voicemail greeting , I
confess that I have nothing to confess. My mother called, but I
was too busy waiting for her to hear my message. I
listened to my mother cry, "we are still looking for you"

Mitchell Garrard is from Seattle, WA. He has a fondness for bloodhounds and spends most of his time playing darts. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in experiential-experimental-literature, Futures Trading, and Camel Saloon.
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