Thursday, August 28, 2008
Shedworking's literary editor Sarah Salway has been in sunny Grinnell, Iowa, this summer and here is the first in a two-parter of shedlike atmospheres from her trip (the second is tomorrow). "I was very excited to see this tomb in the exact shape of a garden shed," she writes. "But look what I saw when I went round the back. A satellite dish - how weird is that? I keep thinking all sorts of scenarios - the wife moving in when her husband dies and needs some home comforts, a dying wish to finally get through all the back episodes of Sopranos, etc."
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