Read a Story

Sing Me a Song

There was a girl. She loved to sing, but her mama warned her that the villagers might throw stones at her if they heard her voice. She met a man on her way to the river. He knew what would happen if she were to sing, yet he said to her, “Sing Me a Song.”

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The Woodcutters’ Deity

This is a fairy tale-ish story about the death and birth of gods, and ultimately the burden of godhood. It won second place in Writers of the Future Contest 2nd Quarter 2016 and is upcoming in Writers of the Future Volume 33 (2017).

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The Worst Breed of Vultures

Most of the beta readers for this story classified it as gut-wrenching and brutal. The speculative elements in it are subjective and cultural. So unlike my other work, this isn’t a fantasy story. It’s mainstream, but dark. It appeared in Bourbon Penn Issue #12 (November 2016).

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3 thoughts on “Read a Story

  1. Hey Walter,
    Massive respect to you.
    Don’t know you, but I feel as if I do.
    I am doing a research on Dadas and I found the information helpful, so I have taken the time to say thank you.
    If you have any more information or direction that you can point me in, it would be most appreciative.
    Thanks Again.
    Sofi.

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  2. Have not read the Jujuist as yet, but I will do because it is another subject I care to study.

    Have a great day!

    Sofi.

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