Innocence by Frank C. Modica

Background photo: Gisela Fotografie/Pixabay, CC0.
Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark

Frank C Modica is a retired special education teacher living in Urbana, Illinois, with his dachshund, Nero Augustus. He likes bike riding, Brussels Sprouts, dark beer, and trying out new recipes. Since retiring from teaching he volunteers with a number of arts and social service organizations in his community. His reading and writing is animated by interests in history, geography, religion, literature, and sociology. And Nero appears in many of his poems and short stories. He also enjoys the various cultural opportunities that are available living in a university community. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Heyday Magazine, Five:2:One, Slab, Black Heart Magazine, Pegasus, Crab Fat Literary Review and The Tishman Review.  Follow him on Twitter  @fcmodica53

The author.

His bicycle.

Ravioli!

Nero.

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