Hunt by Neal Kemet
11:24 AM | Author: Glen Binger
Hunt by Neal Kemet

We waited by the river for ducks. A pair was flying joyfully over the surface of water. Josh killed one of them, with one shot. The duck fell, tried hard to swim then sank. I was less fortunate. I killed the lonely widow after three attempts. Josh won the competition.




Neal Kemet received a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Calgary and has taught in
Missouri. Currently, he is an independent scholar writing from Marian, IL His most recent stories appeared in Danse Macabre and 50 to 1.
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