Three humorous short stories that involve writing, writers, and the written.
The Guttenburg Treaty: A small bookstore is faced with disaster when the characters suddenly start jumping from book to book, until an all-out genre war threatens to erupt.
Show and Tell: A public school teacher is convinced one of his pupils is delusional because she insists her mother—a popular children’s story writer—owns a unicorn.
Writer’s Gulch: Metaphor as Story. In an Old West setting, The Writer tries to mine for Story, and builds what he believes is a thriving and vibrant boom town around it. But is it?
Also includes a preview of the novel Trooper 4