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Joan Gray

Joan Gray’s short stories have appeared in Dogwood Tales and the Williamson County Literary Review. She lives in Franklin, Tennessee, and is currently in search of a publisher for her novels Blanche and the Tattooed Yankee and As Seasons Change.

— From May 1997
Fiction

Bert

I’m in love with Bert. I’ve been dreaming for going on six months now about having an affair with him. Unfortunately, I’ve had to take into account the fact that Bert don’t want to, even though he thinks I’m a goddess.

May 1997
Fiction

The Dream Jar

Eugene brought me here to the Barstow County Hospital night before last, and I would like to take this opportunity right now to thank all the doctors and nurses who have been so kind to me while I’ve been here, even though they know I am a murderer.

November 1994
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