by Henry Spritz
Terrencefield is a quiet New England fishing town in which nothing ever happens until a stranger with swirling grey eyes and a shrouded past comes and shakes up the idyllic snow-globe lives of the residents. The characters in this short mystical work of fiction, which include a young boy, a homeless man, and a financially-ruined heir to a family fortune, learn how scared they are of change and are forced to question their own identities. The Road to Terrencefield might leave you wondering just how much you know about the people around you, and how well you know yourself.
SHORT FICTION | Paperback | 139 Pages | 2014