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Collisions

Russell Bittner

Published on the Web multiple times and in the author’s collection of short stories titled STORIES IN THE KEY OF C. MINOR., “Collisions” doesn’t pretend to titillate. But it does hope to captivate—maybe even levitate—by its suggestion of what can be, will be, must be in a world better than this one. Less

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Jenny

rated it5 of 5 stars
over 1 year ago

Maggie is taking the tube on her daily journey to work. It seemed a day like any other – until she bumped into a nice young man. What follows next is a classic tale of love and obsession – except there is a feeling of mounting dread. It feels too good to be true.

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Zichao

rated it4 of 5 stars
over 1 year ago

While I prefer Russell Bittners lighter work, theres no denying that this is an extremely technically accomplished story.

We start with a lonely, bookish young woman in New York, who finds herself the object of some unsollicited male attention on the tube (? I assume it...Read full review
 About the Book 

A story of minor erotic—but of major romantic—proportions. Published on the Web multiple times and in the author’s collection of short stories titled STORIES IN THE KEY OF C. MINOR., “Collisions” doesn’t pretend to titillate. But it does hope toMoreA story of minor erotic—but of major romantic—proportions. Published on the Web multiple times and in the author’s collection of short stories titled STORIES IN THE KEY OF C. MINOR., “Collisions” doesn’t pretend to titillate. But it does hope to captivate—maybe even levitate—by its suggestion of what can be, will be, must be in a world better than this one.