New York Story Night #62

The apartment was not as clean as the lobby

A screensaver was displayed of a skeleton’s head bouncing off each corner of the monitor, laughing at Dale.

He didn’t use words, just made a sound similar to what a turkey makes in mating season, and stood still in the hallway waiting for a response.

This time they actually were staring at him.

If you could see inside Dale’s chest you would find a dwarf version of himself collapsed in a fetal position.

The snow was gone, but the sky remained, a continuous white cloud.

Kyle would like us to know the following:

Kyle Colgan was born and raised in New York City, where he currently resides with his wife and cat. He earned his BFA in film for directing at SVA. He wrote and directed the indy feature film The Tenant and the short film Those Who Leave, Those Who Stay. For his day job, he works as an Associate Producer for a post-production company. He is currently working on his first novel. He does not have a website because he is horrible at promoting himself, but if you'd like to help him with that you can contact him via email at k.s.colgan@gmail.com or on his Instagram page @filmkyle.

Thank you, Kyle.

Authors
Chuck Palahniuk