An Optometrist’s Uncertain Self-Diagnosis (or, The Convenient Deception of Eyes, when the Topic of Racism is Avoided in a Passive Voice) ||| Monkeybicycle

Maybe I’ve been colorblind since February.
Craig Sanders is a candidate for the MFA in fiction at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, where he serves as fiction editor for Permafrost. He previously served as fiction editor for Lake Effect, while earning degrees at Penn State Erie, the Behrend College. Most of what he writes, including this bio, is much longer than one sentence, and you can find an example of his longer fiction in the Summer 2015 issue of The Carolina Quarterly. He rents a blue bike that might be purple from a place called Greenbikes.
This one-sentence story originally appeared in Monkeybicycle.