Synopses & Reviews
"Trip Through Your Wires is compulsively readable."—Porter Shreve, author of Drives Like a Dream
A clue to her boyfriend's murder draws Carey back into the mystery that led to his death, forcing her to re-examine her own culpability and the self-delusion that blinded her to the dangers of his world. As she follows the clues and searches her memory, searing loss and guilt take over her life.
Sarah Layden's fiction can be found in numerous journals and anthologies. A two-time Society of Professional Journalists award winner, her nonfiction has appeared in Ladies' Home Journal and the Writer's Chronicle.
Clues to her boyfriends murder force a grieving woman to examine the role she may have played in his death.
About the Author
Sarah Layden is the winner of the Allen and Nirelle Galson Prize for fiction and an AWP Intro Award. Her short fiction can be found in Stone Canoe, Blackbird, Artful Dodge, The Evansville Review, Booth, PANK, the anthology Sudden Flash Youth, and elsewhere. A two-time Society of Professional Journalists award winner, her recent essays, interviews and articles have appeared in Ladies' Home Journal, The Writer's Chronicle, NUVO, and The Humanist. She teaches writing at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, Marian University, and the Indiana Writers Center.