“She was holding the lab workbook in front of her face and he imagined her smiling behind it. He leaned forward, his pulse slow but forceful, and placed his hand on her knee, index finger pointing up her skirt. Oh God, how he had wanted to be with her. Rhonda, keeping her face behind the book, moved her thigh backward a few inches, leaving Max's hand dangling in midair, still pointing to the place he had been thinking about ever since.” Greg Sanders second story for Galley Beggar Press takes us behind the numbers – but not in the usual way. It shows us the humans doing the Maths. It also features what must be the single greatest cameo from a garbage truck in literary fiction… Do we need to say more? Okay, it's very sweet too.