Works of fiction and poetry by friends of Bamboo Ridge Press.

A Gathering of Friends
Published by CHRISKK | Tuesday, January 21, 2014 8:55 PM
He explained that recently two of his best friends had died. He realized that not only had he lost them but he had lost parts of himself, experiences and corresponding memories that could never be shared again. He described the loss of others as pieces of ourselves falling away, never to be retrieved or replaced. As I said, he was eloquent in responding to a pop quiz after much eating and drinking. (774)
Clinging Terror
Published by CHRISKK | Sunday, October 07, 2012 12:23 AM
When awake, she would insist you sit in the chair next to her lounger, cling to your hand, afraid to lose you. 99 words
Interview with Gypsies
Published by CHRISKK | Monday, October 01, 2012 2:01 AM
“Okay if I take your only child to visit gypsies on Hotel Street? I have this paper I have to write, and …” 100 words
Marissa and Me
Published by CHRISKK | Monday, September 19, 2011 8:06 PM
Maybe there’s a better way to look at this. Marissa is social, she’s inclusive, she wants to make contact, she’d like to get to know me better, she’s nervous and vocalizes instead of falling silent or biting her nails.