I don't know how many Ricocheters are readers of Dappled Things, a literary magazine about life written from a Catholic perspective and named after a line in a Gerard Manley Hopkins poem. I've always enjoyed looking at it, especially the art. The issue just released gives me especial pleasure, because it features a short story by someone I'm particularly close to: my bride.
I shall not give it away, but I will hint that it involves love, a Korean laundry, a smudged dress and a widower. Best of all: it's free online -- at least for now. Read it and let me know what you think.
PS., I'm not the husband. I'm much better than that guy.