In a college dorm, in a prison, in a marriage
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Thomas Lee is a writer and technology lawyer who lives in Silicon Valley. While an undergraduate, he wrote a short story so bad his teacher asked if English was his first language. (It was.) This setback convinced him to pursue a legal career. His work has been published in Asia Literary Review, American Literary Review, and Ploughshares.
As the train slows down approaching Sunnyside, I look out the window for the spot where Harry jumped to his death. It’s marked by a tree still pinned with a few tattered ribbons and plastic flowers in Harry’s honor. “You fat fuck,” I whisper. “Who am I supposed to jam with now?”