By Santino Prinzi
The election campaign’s been lost in the snap of a camera. An anonymous source. One picture, retweeted, shared; one’s enough. My husband sits by my side, head banging against the table, his hands covering his face in frustration. What can I do but pretend that it’s not all that bad?
I still don’t feel guilty about sending that photo.
Santino Prinzi is an undergraduate student at Bath Spa University studying English Literature with Creative Writing. His flash fiction has been published both online and in print, including the 2014 National Flash Fiction Day Anthology, FlashFlood Journal, and Short Story Sunday. Check him out at www.tinoprinzi.wordpress.com.