Hope grew up on the East Coast and attended public school. She had great teeth.
Constance always said, “Want in one hand and shit in the other, and see which one fills up first.”
June was tough and quick-witted. She moved to Germany after college. Later she moved to Texas, I hear.
Will lived through his job. Late at night he could be found in his office, staring out the darkened window.
Charity was a serial monogamist. Some people habitually change up their style to match their partners. She was the kind of person you’d do that for.
Chastity was never very close to her family. She had to file multiple state tax forms year after year, too.
Happy was never very credible. Beyond the ridiculous name (what were they thinking?), he always had horrible breath.
April lived in a 70s-style split level ranch and came from a traditional “broken home.” She was good people, though.
Our heroine sees all these faces and more when she closes her eyes, and yet manages to get out of bed every day.
Jamie is a co-director of Narrow House and is pretty serious about fish tacos. He lives in Baltimore and works in DC. His blog is Very Most Good.