What’s Good for the Goose by Jim Harrington
11:07 AM | Author: Glen Binger
What’s Good for the Goose by Jim Harrington

Claudia located the yearbook section for the senior class, uncapped her Sharpie, and obliterated Ethan’s smiling face. Next she called the switchboard at Cumberland, asked for the registrar’s office, and cancelled his registration for fall classes. If the baby meant she had to give up her dreams, why shouldn’t he?

Jim Harrington lives in Huntersville, NC, with his wife and two cats. His stories have appeared in Apollo's Lyre, Camroc Press Review, Every Day Fiction, The Houston Literary Review, Long Story Short, MicroHorror, Flashshot and others. He currently serves as a flash fiction editor for Apollo’s Lyre. You can read more of his stories at www.jimharringtononline.net.
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