“Comfort Woman” (Featured Fiction #6)

(The estimated reading time for this is 17 minutes)Nothing happened when Charlie planted his hands on the arms of his threadbare recliner and tried to raise himself up. Well, nothing besides the searing pain that shot through his shoulder joints, down his back, and into his hips. What a bitch it was getting old. But […]
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Lisa von Biela worked in Information Technology for 25 years, and still claims there is no application she cannot break in testing. She left the field to attend the University of Minnesota Law School, graduating magna cum laude in 2009. She now practices law in Seattle, Washington. One of her legal articles, a research piece published in the Food and Drug Law Journal, was cited in an amicus brief before the U.S. Supreme Court. She currently serves on the editorial board of the American Bar Association’s quarterly publication, The SciTech Lawyer. After placing 37th in the Personal Essay category of the 1999 Writer’s Digest contest, Lisa began to write short, dark fiction. Her first novel, The Genesis Code was published by DarkFuse.

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