Halloween Story Night 14
If stories can shape reality, they can reshape it.
The huge laugh at the opening is because Matt had just fed everyone homemade gingersnap cookies
Poisoning food is preferable to drinks.
Cookies? You couldn’t ask for a more toxin-receptive receptacle. Hypothetically speaking, of course.
Stories transport us. This story will transport a girl. This story, it’s a prayer.
Matt would like us to know the following:
Matt Rindge is the author of three books and over twenty-five articles and chapters. But these nonfiction works would bore you to pieces. His essays in outlets such as The Washington Post, these would bore you a bit less. He's written four short stories and a novel, and is seeking representation for the latter. At Gonzaga University he teaches “Bible and Film,” “Critics of Christianity,” “Religion and Blackness,” "Life and Teachings of Jesus," and “Religion and Horror.” In his spare time he runs marathons.