Miciah Bay Gault | The Sun Magazine

Miciah Bay Gault

Miciah Bay Gault is the editor of Hunger Mountain at Vermont College of Fine Arts, and her fiction has appeared in Agni and The Literary Review. For a long time she wrote in a shed on the edge of Oyster Pond on Cape Cod, but now she writes in the attic of a tall blue house in Montpelier, Vermont, where she lives with her husband and children.

— From November 2012


In the woods I saw box turtles mating, and I got down on my hands and knees to watch. The female had brown, mournful, thick-lidded eyes, a hooked beak like a bird, and a delicate, curving mouth. She stretched her wrinkled neck away from the male. I felt sorry for her.

November 2012
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