“We Keep The Wall Between Us As We Go” in Mystery Tribune

Warring neighbors, clashing perspectives, and a journey back to the heart of their conflict. Taking its title from a line in Robert Frost’s poem “Mending Wall,” my story “We Keep The Wall Between Us As We Go” appears in the latest issue of Mystery Tribune.

But no fences needed within the issue, because I’m in great company with short fiction by friends including Reed Farrel Coleman, Jeff Markowitz, and Alan S. Orloff as well as Nick Petrie, Sharon Hunt, Albert Kanach; essays, interviews and reviews by Heather Levy, Zakariah Johnson, and Dale Davis; and a preview of the new graphic novel “Where The Body Was” by award-winning duo Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips.

Check out Mystery Tribune number 21—great cover, great contents, and I’m thrilled to be part of the package!

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