I’ve got a creative nonfiction story out now in Concho River Review, which is published semi-annually by the Department of English and Modern Languages at Angelo State University. I’m in some rarefied company too. My story is nestled in between stories and poems from esteemed writers whose work has appeared in places like The New Yorker, Rattle, The Sun, Antioch Review, Gargoyle, North American Review, Potomac Review, Cimarron Review, the list goes on.
Some Psalm of Confusion relates an interesting experience I had with an elderly woman and a police officer on a frigid winter night outside a pizza carryout in Toledo, Ohio. Big thanks to Nonfiction Editor Albert Haley for accepting the story.
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Categories: Creative Nonfiction, Literature, story