He was the quiet one, the one we found tucked in the back corner of The Pit Stop, just home for our first Christmas break. He’d cut off all his hair. We hardly knew him, and when we said, “Hello, Carter Vaughn, guess who?” he threw up his hand at us but not a word…. [Read More]
Michael Hyde is author of What Are You Afraid Of? (U. of North Texas Press 2005), a book of stories, which won the Katherine Anne Porter Prize in Short Fiction. Born and raised in central Pennsylvania, he currently lives in New York City, where he is an associate professor of writing and literature at SUNY’s Fashion Institute of Technology.