Free Fiction: “Trickster’s Song” Published in Expanded Horizons

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“Trickster’s Song” is in the May 2012 Issue of Expanded Horizons. It was originally published in The American River Literary Review. You can read it here for free:


Expanded Horizons, May 2012: Trickster’s Song

They found most of Crow Face Wilson two miles south of Silver Creek. Part of him was behind the rusty chicken wire of the corn crib, swarming with horse flies. The other parts were loosely scattered off into the tall grass just short of the swayback fence. A body showing up here was strange, since it usually happened the other way around.

It’s Indian land beyond the fence, the reservation where I was born…

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