The kind you’re born with, the kind you choose, the kind that teach Catholic school
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Andrew Roe lives in Oceanside, California, with his wife and three children. His writing has appeared in Tin House, Glimmer Train, The New York Times, and Salon.com. His story in this issue is from his novel-in-progress Believers. He’d one day like to learn to play the pedal steel guitar.
They dragged him from the car (still screaming, he was later told), but they had to wait for the Jaws of Life for Anabelle, and he kept hearing that — the Jaws of Life, the Jaws of Life — and it didn’t really register what they were talking about; it was that device you see on the news that they use to pry people out of cars, and it usually means death, not life.