Stories by Walt Foreman
Walt Foreman’s stories will tell you what it’s like to audition a desperate actress for your student film, house-sit during a public utility apocalypse, and get shot for playing a practical joke on a stranger.
Why settle for painfully artful fiction when you can read painfully funny fiction that happens to be art? If Padget Powell’s Wayne-the-roofer could read, he’d be reading this book.
Foreman’s first novel, Fairy Tale, was published by Baskerville in 2003.