Call Me When You Get Home

Pop Lit Fiction

Today we hit readers with a definite change-of-pace from previous stories. “Call Me When You Get Home” by Eric Lutz is a different kind of mystery– a different kind of story. Like a tale from Hemingway, this narrative is most impactful for what it leaves out of the story. For what’s offstage. Unsaid. There’s a tone to the story of impending– what?

It’s highly readable but it’s also a story which begs to be re-read– at least once– and thought about. We ask YOU to read it here. Then, if you’ve figured it out, please let us know what you think!

In another world where everything’s fine, you and I live on the second floor of a three story walk-up. We get along with the neighbors, and in the summer we entertain on the deck out back.


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