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A young boy sits waiting for his mother to collect him from Bible Camp. His friend quizzes him from a workbook to pass the time, questioning how much he's learned at the camp. As the boy delves into the meanings behind the questions, he thinks of an incident the day before, when he almost drowned in the lake, and reflects on his ideas of God.
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Molia Dumbleton’s short fiction has been awarded First Prize in Ireland’s Seán Ó Faoláin International Short Story Competition and Dromineer Literary Festival Flash Fiction Competition; long-listed and short-listed for the Bath Short Story Award, Bath Flash Fiction Award, and Fish Short Story Prize; and nominated for Best New American Voices and a Pushcart Prize. Her work has also appeared in The Kenyon Review Online, New England Review, Witness, Hobart, Monkeybicycle, Corium, Literary Orphans, and other literary journalss. She has been the recipient of a Kenyon Review Peter Taylor Fellowship, a Ragdale Foundation Creative Sabbatical, and a Merit Scholarship to the Martha's Vineyard Institute for Creative Writing. She holds an MA in Creative Writing from Northwestern University and teaches Creative Writing at DePaul University’s School for New Learning. Full publications list and other info can be found at www.moliadumbleton.com.