End of the Line: a short play

My short play, End of the Line, appears in the latest issue of the online literary magazine Prick of the Spindle. The story is about two male residents of a nursing home who spend part of Christmas Day sitting outside. They smoke cigarettes and drink whiskey as they discuss life, old age, death and their lack of interest in the festivities of the Christmas holiday. You can read the play here.


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