, September 03, 2015
(view all comments by Erin Tuzuner)
These hyper realistic short stories are the scent of lightning in an upcoming storm. The hot rain distorting the sun, Hinton's novel, certain to appear from the intensity and purpose of these stories, will be the calm petrichor that comforts the isolation of zany southern citizenship. The alligators vacating sewers, smoking cigarettes and dragging limbs across the lonely interstate 75.