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Kristina England resides in Worcester, Massachusetts. She earned her M.A. in English from the University of Massachusetts Boston and works as a Communication Specialist at the University of Massachusetts System Office. Kristina serves as Secretary of the Worcester County Poetry Association, an Assistant Editor at the Ballard Street Poetry Journal, and the Web Manager for The Worcester Review. Her poetry and fiction have been published in Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, Extract(s), Gargoyle, Haggard and Halloo, New Verse News, Poetry24, The Story Shack, Yellow Mama, and other magazines.
At Stanley Stanley’s Investigative Services, one out of five detectives is an alcoholic. It has nothing to do with the fact that Jerry’s Bar and Stool is right across the street… Most of the private eyes chock up their problem to solving too many cases. That’s right, Stanley Stanley’s has a 100 percent turnaround rate. You bring in a picture, a piece of hair, your grandmother’s toothbrush, and Stanley Stanley’s will bring home that lost puppy, that low down husband, that senile old lady that says she is your Nana’s Nana when she’s actually just your Nana…
“Stanley Stanley’s Investigative Services. How may we help you?” Jane asked.
“Yes. Yes. Send over your finest men. And by that, I mean the sober ones. The address is 5 Skidmore Lane. And make a move on it or I’ll dance myself to death…”