Meet our protagonist, who
almost always seems to be, at
the wrong time, crossing the street,
where vehicles seem to be perpetually
threatening, always almost running us all
down from every direction, all us unwary, all
of us, everyone always about to be crossing the street.
Meghan Kemp-Gee lives between Vancouver BC and Fredericton NB. She writes poetry, comics, and scripts of all kinds. Her poetry has appeared in PRISM, Copper Nickel, Rising Phoenix Review, Stone of Madness, Altadena Poetry Review, Anomaly, and Rejection Letters. You can find her on Twitter @MadMollGreen.