Bewildering Stories welcomes...
Sandy is originally from Maryland but is now a member of the English Department at Northeast State Community College, in Tennessee. She has several advanced degrees. She’s the poetry editor for a literary journal. She has published extensively and won a prize for excellence in the novel.
“Hounded Grey Stop” is a short fiction about a wife who escapes with her dog from an unsatisfactory husband. Where is she going? No one knows. When will she get there? Nobody’s certain; all we know is she is on her way. The story is very thought-provoking, even controversial. Among other questions, one might ask: Is it a story at all? What’s really going on? And why is the dog the only character that has a name?
Sandy Hiortdahl’s bio sketch can be found here.
Welcome to Bewildering Stories, Sandy. We hope to hear from you again soon and often!
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