A Landmark Decision by Michael A. Kechula
6:32 PM | Author: Glen Binger
A Landmark Decision by Michael A. Kechula

“Where am I?” Lisa asked.
“County Hospital. Your plane crashed.”
“Why does my head feel so weird?”
“That’ll pass after psychiatric therapy.”
“Why therapy?”
“To help you adjust.”
“Adjust to what?”
“To the Supreme Court’s benevolent, landmark decision. It saved your life.”
“What decision?”
The one allowing human head transplants.

Michael A. Kechula's short fiction has been published by 124 magazines and anthologies in Australia, Canada, England, Scotland, India, and US. He'll never be a novelist.
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