account_circle by Kathryn Mockler
Kathryn Mockler's writing has been published most recently in The Puritan, La Petite Zine, nthposition, This Magazine, Geist, and Sub-Terrain. Her poetry book Onion Man is forthcoming from Tightrope Books in 2011. She teaches creative writing and screenwriting at the University of Western Ontario.



Issue No. 155 ~ April, 2010

When Johnny wakes up he can’t remember where he is. Two nights at his parents’, a night at his sister’s, and last night on Mike’s couch. It’s all been disorienting. For the past two years, Johnny has been waking, pissing, shitting, showering, eating, working, and sleeping at the same time every day. The routine has grown on him like another layer of skin.