"We published two stories of Jerome Edwards. One of them,
The Places you Find Yourself, begins:
'You walked out of the shitter one morning and kicked an armoire.
You didn’t know what an armoire was before you met her. Now you
know how she takes her coffee, that she hates the word moist, and
that she’ll read anything being made into a major motion picture.'
It delivers a ticklish labyrinth that is not so funny after all."
-Fiction appearing in decomP: A Literary Magazine:
-Writing Fellow at the Hambidge Center