My work, nominated eight times for the Pushcart Prize, has appeared in numerous journals, including Potomac Review, Weber—The Contemporary West, Brevity, The Manifest Station, Boaat Press, Front Porch, CutThroat Journal of the Arts, Pembroke Magazine, Brain,Child, In Posse Review, and elsewhere. I read non-fiction for Hippocampus Magazine and am the Assistant Fiction Editor at Able Muse.
Re-watching John Ford's trilogy
Yes, white-centric and bent toward stereotype, but the locations and the black and white are stellar. Reminding myself of how native americans were portrayed in the late 40's and early 50's and before Ford tried to make up for it all with Cheyenne Autumn.