Main Entry: in·ter·stice
Inflected Form(s): plural in·ter·stic·es \-stə-ˌsēz, -stə-səz\
Etymology: Middle English, from Latin interstitium, from inter- + -stit-, -stes standing (as in superstes standing over) — more at superstition
Date: 15th century
1 a : a space that intervenes between things; especially : one between closely spaced things b : a gap or break in something generally continuous
2 : a short space of time between events
-interstice. (2010). In Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary.
Various short stories.
- His eyes met hers.
- Leaving Earth
- Not a Real Story
- Path of the Fauda
- Random short story
- So she stepped out of the elevator
- Spotted: An unconventional tale of airport security.
- Still Be Strong
- The Heart of the Night
- The Prophetess (Unfinished)
- To the dead
- What Makes a Man