Marilyn Ogus Katz

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    Wednesday Night Fiction: Ta-Da!

    July 27, 2016

    A SHORT STORY by Marilyn Ogus Katz from the Summer 2016 issue of Jewish Currents I DRAG the Victrola on to the porch, put the big black disk on the turntable and the needle into the first groove. When I hear “The Hesitation Waltz,” I run down the steps and lie on my side, with my arms stretched above my head. I press my legs close together, and roll down the grass slope until it gets flat at the road. I push hard against the ground until the hill takes over and I can give myself to the down...

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