Way back when I was in my last semester at Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas, in the fall of 1979, a friend of mine, Rick Hamill, spearheaded a literary magazine which ended up being called …and a story, the name deriving from the fact it was all poetry except for one short story–mine.
I’ve had that little magazine ever since, and finally dared to re-read the story. It’s really not bad, coming from 20-year-old me, and actually, given the current of cancel culture swirling around us right now, almost seems a little too current.
The link is below. Enjoy! (By the way, I also drew the cover art.)