This is a short story that I wrote several years ago- it was published in the literary 'zine InkCollective (issue #4, 2007), and I'm now making it available as a Kindle edition. I think every writer who remembers the tragic events of 9/11 has tried to wrestle with the meaning of that dark day in some way. This was my attempt.
Imagine a world where it is September 10th, 2001 every day. David Nollett pretends to be a day trader in a futuristic theme park recreating pre-9/11 Manhattan, sleepwalking through his life until he meets Amber- a fellow employee of the Company portraying a hooker on 42nd Street. Or is she?
"Tomorrow Is Another Day" is a 7,000-word short story about history, memory, and the importance of letting go.