Sorrel Westbrook is a writer from Bishop, California: the mule capital of the world. She is an MFA candidate at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, and has been published in the Harvard Crimson and Bartleby Snopes. She very nearly blogs at http://sorrellucille.com.
Alexander had a suspicion. It was a small suspicion, only the size of a pearl onion, and it moved around with a speed that was befuddling. It slept in the spice cabinet, but during the day it amused itself by tunneling beneath the ancient, inherited Persian rug that sat in the middle of the room, […]