“What do you think about this,” he said, measured and cool. “What if we offer a service where people can pay to be in our family, but only for a few hours.”...more
Scott Broker is a writer originally from Colorado living now in Seattle, WA. His fiction and nonfiction have appeared in or are soon forthcoming from DIAGRAM, Sonora Review, CutBank: All Accounts and Mixture, American Chordata, Essay Daily, and Barrelhouse Blog, among others. He can be found at www.scottjbroker.com.