Dan McClenaghan is employed at All About Jazz as a music reviewer and editor. He has been writing short stories for thirty-five years, and was once nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Most of his fiction successes came pre-computer, when he typed up his stories then ran down to Kinkos to make copies and buy big envelopes so he could mail his writing to various small presses.
Frank turned on the outside light and he and Jolene stepped out onto their patio and gazed at the crater. Jolene saw a future swimming pool; Frank saw Rusty swimming in the air, and he thought about his flying dream coming true.