Mind the Gap
In my writing, I like to “mind the gap,” to be aware of the space between ideas. But rather than seal it up tight against drafts, I want the gap to form part of the pattern of a story. The gap leaves room for the quirky, the unexpected—or at least the view from slightly off…
Alisha Rohde writes stories that weave together past and present, history and myth, seeking the magic in the ordinary.