My Father, the High Line: A Fish Story
My father never shared with his family the story of the time he reeled in a 457-pound tuna.
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fish story You shoulda seen the size of itHomeward Bound, or The Chase: A Tale of the Sea
Neil Serven lives with his wife and three cats in Greenfield, Massachusetts, and works as a lexicographer. His writing has appeared in Washington Square, Atticus Review, Pine Hills Review, Prairie Schooner online, and elsewhere.
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