account_circle by Kenneth Margolin
Kenneth Margolin is a practicing attorney, father of two young adult daughters, and lives with his wife, Judith, in Newton, Massachusetts. He has published articles in professional journals, monographs, a book chapter on Facilitated Communication, and a journalistic essay in Sport Literate Magazine, about a talented Boston boxer in the late 1930s-early 1940s, whose championship dreams were thwarted by the racial politics of boxing in that era. When not practicing law or writing, Kenneth loves to hike in the woods and mountains of New Hampshire and Maine. This is his first published short story.


Child of Sderot

Issue No. 213 ~ February, 2015

“Before you were born,” her mother told Adira, “your Aunt Sophie was inventive and beautiful, like a movie star, until the rockets ruined her.