We’d found our dream home. Then I googled the house seller.
Watchlist, our anthology of surveillance-themed short stories, is out now. To mark the publication of the book, we asked a few of its contributors (and, here, its editor) to perform their own real-life act of surveillance—and to write about what they saw.
Gone with the Wind
The Matrix: Path of Neo
Bryan Hurt is the author of Everyone Wants to Be Ambassador to France (Red Hen, 2018), selected as the winner of the 10th Annual Starcherone Prize for Innovative Fiction. He is the editor of Watchlist: 32 Stories By Persons of Interest (OR Books/Catapult, 2016) and Midwest editor for Joyland Magazine. His work has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and named finalist for the Calvino Prize and Horatio Nelson Prize in Fiction. He's received fellowships from the Sewanee and Tin House Writers' Conferences and holds a PhD in Literature and Creative Writing from USC.
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Items Purchased at Abbott’s Thrift in Felton, California, from 11:10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 24, and What the Editorializing Cashier Said While I Sat in a Rocking Chair by the Front Door
Pack of doilies, Trapper Keeper, Cookie Monster cookie jar.