Boys Least Likely To

“I thought about the ghosts I’d made, words I’d lost. No eye could see me, but I was visible in every mind, hunting. We were all for the furnace anymore.”

An essay about the shootings at Columbine High School and our need for conspiracy theories, originally published in The Normal School. Also the recipient of my all-time favorite rejection letter, which contained the handwritten comment, “we really liked this, but decided it was fiction.”

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