by on Nov.01, 2009, under Fiction


Volume 5, Issue 1, Fall 2009

“Laidlaw invited the men and their families inside, offered them water, a hot meal, a place to bed down for the night. When the women and children had gone to sleep, he offered the men whiskey and quail eggs, maps and divining rods, and, finally, a vision of the township: irrigation, railroads, a new age.”

Volume 5,
Issue 1
Fall 2009