The JetBlue terminal at Logan Airport Kind of cry it’s good for: Subtly Quaking Shoulders. You are hung over and maudlin. Sit heavily in the gate area of the delayed plane from which you just debarked and cry for having wrecked it all on the very last night of the trip. Try it! People will […]
About Maria Pinto
Maria Pinto’s work has appeared or will appear in FriGG, Necessary Fiction, Great Jones Street, and The Butter, among others. She was awarded the Mastheads Residency and was an Ivan Gold Fellow at the Writers’ Room of Boston, in the city where she reads for FLAPPERHOUSE and does karaoke. Her debut novel is in search of a home. She’s working on the next.