We stared out the flapping, canvas frame of the infantry truck at the whirls of dust kicking off the dirt road. On one side were open plains blemished here and there by military installations; on the other, the wall that stretches across the breadth of our great state. It had been five hours riding through… [Read More]
Sam Katz was born in Korea and came to the U.S. at the age of two. His stories have appeared in such publications as The Good Men Project, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, Southern Humanities Review, and Tin House Flash Fridays.