Excerpt from “The Crow, the Cat, and Clark Kent” by Miki Boni

Our latest anthology is here! Included in Volume VI are some of the best prose and poems Chattanooga writers created in 2020 and 2021. One of these pieces was “The Crow, the Cat, and Clark Kent,” a fiction story by Miki Boni.

Miki Boni is a Brooklyn, New York native, currently residing in Chattanooga. She is both a freelance writer, poet and painter whose work is shown downtown at In-Town Gallery. She has written for both Vermont Magazine and The Cracker Barrel, a quarterly publication. Boni is also the author of Figments, a compilation of short stories illustrated with her paintings.

Here is an excerpt from her story:

“Carefully reaching up, he snapped off the branch that entrapped the crow. Heavy gloves cushioned the frightened bird’s bites, and gently, Ron put him, branch and all, inside his down jacket, and that’s when I could have sworn he turned into Superman.”

To read the full story, pick up your copy of our anthology at one of our upcoming meetings or check out Amazon.com!

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