Bases Covered

[flash fiction]

He is nineteen, American, and devout. Today, he wears a backward baseball cap in place of a yarmulke for the first time. This might lead to long, uncomfortable conversations when old, Protestant men chastise him at dinner tables. He decides this isn’t a legitimate concern. He mostly eats with Jews, and such men don’t care about ball caps at the dinner table anymore.

Jaimie Eubanks

Jaimie Eubanks lives, works, and writes in Minneapolis and Miami. She is currently pursuing an MFA at Florida International University. Her work can be found in Buried Letter Press, Literary Orphans, Thought Catalog, and Word Riot. To read more of Jaimie’s writing, visit www.jaimieeubanks.com.