A woman living near a Navajo reservation in the Southwestern United States re-awakens the years-old mystery of the disappearance of a young Native American woman when her pick-up truck tumbles into the fictional Littlejack River. The vision of a coyote, the counsel of a wise Navajo woman who is the grandmother of the deceased, and […]

A Village Dog

  Ted reminded Lisa in the morning, as he knotted his tie in the hotel room, that Dave had said that she could have the car today, the car being the Mercedes with the chauffeur paid for by the company in which Ted was driven to the plant every morning. “Okay,” she said. “I’ll send […]

The Blue Dress

A young woman takes a course entitled “The You” and subsequently finds her identity eroding on the streets of Paris in this darkly humorous but ultimately quite serious award-winning short story about the power of self-help classes to affect an individual’s life. This story won third prize in the Fugue Fiction Contest, judged by Chris […]