David J. Wilson, a middle-aged secretary of a Southern Californian insurance company, slowly typed the agenda for his boss’ following day. His fingers -- because of both his ailments and frigid climate caused by the air conditioning — creaked at each pressing of a key which created minute pain. Due to atrophy in the joints… Continue reading One Man’s Solitary Sin
My dad died a few years back. The doctors told me after his liver failure that it was pancreatic cancer. He was always a secretive type, prone to hold in his emotions and ailments to a fault. When he started getting sick he suffered in silence, and even though it was obvious to others, nobody… Continue reading The Bird That Flew Overhead
Writer Austin Wiggins talks about the positive ways he has changed since getting married.
Austin Wiggins focuses on his childhood and the necessity of Black History Month.