Mall Walker by Alyssa Trivett

The elevator repairman’s keys fling, slingshot on the half-ripped right-hand side belt loop, clinging and clanging, a noise reminiscent of dragging Terminator’s metal arm across the floor. They are only his temporarily, after all, soon to be handed to the next victim. Sweating in eight-hour increments, patches of blood monkey-climb his shirt from yesterday’s round-the-clock … Continue reading Mall Walker by Alyssa Trivett