New Short Story in Print: Drive Through Gods

My short story ‘Drive Through Gods’ originally written in Chuck Palahniuk’s 2017 writing workshop hosted by the Attic Institute of Arts and Letters was published and became available this October in the Running Wild Anthology of Stories: Volume 5 by Running Wild Press.

The story begins on pare 103 of the 600+ page anthology. This author suggests supporting a bookstore local to Portland, Oregon, specifically where much of her story was edited: the café of Powell’s Bookstore, by purchasing through them if you would like a copy.

For the fifth year in a row, Running Wild Press brings together fantastic stories from well-established to up-and-coming authors to bring you the best cross genre stories that don’t fit neatly in a box. This collection is comprised of 39 stories that arrived at Running Wild Press from all over the world from Hawaii to India, from Indiana to Scotland, and represents an eclectic gathering of storytelling talent. With twists and turns, these stories will take you through shared – and unshared – experiences of human endeavors, possibilities, impossibilities, and imagination.

Published by Nic Jean

Nicole Jean Turner is an artist from New England with an affinity for vignettes, napping outdoors, and conversations that confront the human condition. She writes in cursive to hide the butchered spelling that would otherwise raise suspicion about her master’s degree in writing.

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