Favorites from Here and Abroad – Peter T. Donahue

Two giant polyps were nibbling at the husk of a shopping mall some miles off. I was focused on a sludge-tower, though, just a half mile down the hill from me. I’d have to pass it. From where I stood, on the street that zig-zagged down to the basin of the valley, I couldn’t see the tower’s base. A ridge, wearing a row of rotting condo roofs like an epaulet, was in the way. For …

A question for Peter T. Donahue

Q: What tools do you write with?

A: For fiction, blog posts, and best man speeches, I draft and edit in Scrivener. This program’s features enable my compulsive hoarding of cut sentences. For poetry I prefer to draft in the margins of my lesson plan book, with a dull number-2 pencil found under a student’s desk.


Peter T. Donahue’s story “Favorites from Here and Abroad
in Metaphorosis Friday, 13 September 2019.
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