The cameraman inside the Channel 13 helicopter zoomed in on the pearl-blue van, its roof torn open, the left side mangled, resting deep inside a rocky fold of the Sierras. It was a warm spring day in Dixon, California, and most of us weren’t aware of the breaking news as we fired up our barbecues… [Read More]
Charlene Logan Burnett
Charlene Logan Burnett earned an MFA in playwriting from UC Davis. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Rhino, Whiskey Island Magazine, WomensArts Quarterly, and other magazines and journals. She was named a 2016 finalist in both The Howard Frank Mosher Short Fiction Prize sponsored by Hunger Mountain and the Curt Johnson Prose Awards sponsored by December Magazine. She is currently working on a novel and a collection of short stories.