Short Fiction
A.K. Hudson

The Life & Death of Mia Fremont: An Interview with a Killer

Mia foolishly believed, as the young are wont to do, that she could avoid villainy. The key was to be a good person. Good people aren’t villains. She knew that in her heart, and she knew it because society told her it was so. The road to being good was laid out for her by her mother, religion, and Saturday morning cartoons.

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