February 23, 2013 | Commercial Fiction
The man woke up and walked to the bathroom. He relieved his bladder and looked at himself in the mirror. He looked at the clock. 6:25. He<a class="more" href="/web_features/budwesier">... more</a>
She said, during the commercial break, that she was a fan of westerns. I said, I loved the train<a class="more" href="/web_features/brief-historiography-of-a-still-unfolding-narrative">... more</a>
The first time I fingered a girl, I messed it up. Of course, I didn’t realize at the time. It happened on a Friday night, at a playground. There were four of us there. Two girls, two boys. It was a very open thing. The girl who I fingered said she’d let me try, and we sent our friends to the basketball court to wait for us.
Matthew Simmons (@matthewjsimmons)
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Mary Miller chose Becky Adnot-Haynes's "Baby Baby" as her selection for our 2012 Hobart Buffalo Prize. "Baby Baby" is included in Hobart 14, and Mary asked Becky a few questions about the story, specifically, and writing in general here.