Art by David Revoy/ Blender Foundation

The Rest of His Life

By Tracey S. Rosenberg

The administrator had an unnerving habit of typing while looking straight across the desk. Jameson couldn’t help but wonder if her tap-dancing fingers were striking keys at random.

“Name?” she asked.

“Hers or mine?”

The fingers paused. “Yours, sir. The donor.”

“Jameson Lemuel.”

“Medical center?”

“BeneLift Southwest, division four.”


“Vice president of still images, PhotoCorp.”


“Forty-nine.” More than old enough to make a donation, since the legal age was eighteen.

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