Links to Articles
The Serpent of Eighth Hole:
Bitten by a snake beside a golf course water hazard, twelve-year-old Walker rushed it to the hospital.
Green Mountains Review, November of 2019
At fifteen he caught a rattlesnake and wondered about the general consensus that it was disposable.
Porridge Magazine (England), October 2020
While Trout Fishing in the Black River:
A piece that my friend, Jon Friedman ran in his wild bird specialty shop newsletter in April of 2018
The Road Less Traveled: Highway slaughter of man and beast and a haze of smog over Tucson leads Walker to stop driving decades before climate change makes news. Canary online Literary Magazine, Spring 2021 issue, at canarylitmag.org
if you want it darker . . . "A Piss on the Cheek"
A darkly humorous tale from the life that led a man to live alone in a cave. A pissy moment in the first months as an Army draftee after the final violent confrontation with his father. This received a nomination from the Pushcart Prize committee. (The picture is of a painting by the writer that seems to capture the mood of the written piece) Adelaide Literary Magazine