A family recipe, a childhood memory, a Depression-era handout
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D.T. Lumpkin is back in Tennessee with his wife and two daughters, after living through three COVID lockdowns in London, England. His fiction was recently featured in Five Points.
They fished three tournaments together without breaking the top fifty before I told him to sign me up as his partner instead. At least I knew the difference between monofilament and fluorocarbon. I mean, damn.
My mother became a missing person in the summer of 1994, when I was fourteen. The day she disappeared, she told my father and me she was going to the Piggly Wiggly in Lineville, about ten miles from our home in Delta, Alabama. She didn’t come back.