My Only Brother
by Jason M. Vaughn
I see it playing out in front of me all the time. Kinda like a movie. I was real young when it happened. A good several years younger than you boys are now, and a little small for my age, too. My parents were fine with me being out, though, even with all the talk of Zodiac killers and other such wickedness going around….
Jason M. Vaughn lives and writes in Burbank, CA. His work has been circulated by various print and online journals, including Contrary, Monkeybicycle, and The Missouri Review. His first screenplay, The Synth House Wife (now titled The Green Sea) was a grand-prize winner in the 2012 Script Pipeline Screenwriting Competition.
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