by Elinor Gale
An ironic story of a woman attempting to exert well-deserved justice upon a finagling husband.
Heaven or Earth?
by Charlene Anderson
What do you do if you arrive in heaven and find that God isn’t there?
by Jane Bell Goldstein
A lighthearted look at how siblings scramble up eggs, memories and points of view.
by Rodney J. Shapiro
A touching, gently humorous story of a boy who “becomes a physician’s assistant at age ten” and fears he has inadvertently caused harm to someone.
by Joe Catalano
An engaging slice of life of a man who works in the city and commutes 2.5 hours each way every day.
Vistas & Byways Review is the semiannual journal of fiction, nonfiction and poetry by members of Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at San Francisco State University.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at San Francisco State University (OLLI at SF State) provides communal and material support to the Vistas & Byways volunteer staff.