- By Sarah Lofstrom
It’s almost four o’clock and the hour hand quivers.
They told Mr. Ignazio Coppola to sit here and be a good boy now, and wait. And Mr. Ignazio sits waiting sedately as he was told to, his back straight and his hands spread on his knees. Every now and then he looks at the wall clock: it’s almost four o’clock, Arturo and little Camilla will be there at any moment.
—From" If I Don't Come Back, Don't Go Looking For Me ," Summer 2018, (Volume 59, Issue 2)
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