by Jennifer Timer
Isaac McCallum knows too intimately the struggles of being born into an ultra-Catholic family. His saintly mother is convinced that Isaac’s left-handedness makes him a deviant sinner, evil and unfit in the eyes of God on Judgement Day. The more Angelica struggles to reform her son, the more Isaac turns away to La Sinistre.
This short story deals with religious fanaticism, art, family, and fear.