“Rain was lashing the car as we drove, the wind was chilly, the sky grey — and the husband wanted to keep his wife from temptation. I didn’t hear the rest of the stories that day. My mind was abuzz.” Read the rest of L.L. Hannett’s Shimmer interview!
L. L. Hannett reads from “Gutted,” her Shimmer #13 story.
“…my stories do come as images. The process of writing becomes like looking at a series of paintings, and trying to imagine what the figures in the tableaux are feeling, what they smell and taste, what they can see from their restricted positions, how the light falls on them, how they got there, and how they’re going to get between frames.”