The River at NightKevin Huizenga
What begins as a simple, distracted conversation between husband and wife, Glenn and Wendy Ganges―him reading a library book and her working on her computer―becomes an exploration of being and the passage of time. As they head to bed, Wendy exhausted by a fussy editor and Glenn energized by his reading and no small amount of caffeine, the story begins to fracture.
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