“Like A Glove” (Tiny Terrors #1, Semifinals)

(The estimated reading time for this is 0 minutes)Tim sang as he worked, a tuneless ditty with hammer percussion. “Trapezoid.” Crack  “Capitate.” Crack  “Hamate.” Crack  Journeyman lyrics, but strident backing vocals. Lifting the girl’s forearm elicited a fresh chorus, her misshapen hand swinging like a metronome. Dry lips pressed against a wet cheek. “Now for […]
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Kevin G. Bufton
Kevin G. Bufton is a father-of-two, husband-of-one, and writer of fiction, in that approximate order. He has been telling stories since he was six years old, but didn’t think about finding an audience for them until he hit his thirties. Over sixty of his stories have appeared in one form or another, in anthologies, in magazines, and on websites the world over. He lives in Birkenhead, on the Wirral Peninsula, with his wife and children, and writes his darkest fiction in his brightest shirts. He also thinks that the world could do with more rum.