The kind you’re born with, the kind you choose, the kind that teach Catholic school
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Peter Witte’s writing has been published online by River Teeth, Tin House, and Hobart, and his comics have appeared in The Rumpus. He and his wife, a philosopher, live in College Park, Maryland, with their two children and a handsome dog.
He was. She was. They met and together they: drank martinis, consummated their love on a couch he’d purchased at a secondhand store, bought a bungalow, wed at the courthouse with their parents’ blessing, . . .
Each year on April 25 my mother calls to remind me that it’s the anniversary of my father’s death, so I should take a moment to think about him.