Postcard from Chinguashi

Silhouetted with a halo of sunlight wreathing her head, she said, “Oh, by the way, that wasn’t poison in your beer.  It was nitro, my father’s heart pills.  You’ll live, I guess.  Till you’re executed.  See you in court.”

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: Walt Giersbach’s fiction has appeared in Bewildering Stories, Big Pulp, Corner Club Press, Every Day Fiction, Gumshoe Review, OG Short Fiction, Over My Dead Body, Pif Magazine, Pill Hill Press, Pulp Fiction, r.kv.r.y, Short Fiction World, Short-Story.Me, The World of Myth, and other publications. He also writes on military history and social phenomena. Two volumes of short stories, Cruising the Green of Second Avenue, are available at Barnes & Noble and other online booksellers





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