Territory by Sandra Ketcham
4:38 PM | Author: Paul Mullin
Territory by Sandra Ketcham

Three peacocks stand guard as a dog tiptoes toward a barn. Peering in, the dog's focus splits between a rain puddle in the far corner and a dancing bug, caught in a silver web to his right. Sensing the dog's distraction, the peacocks attack. Fur and feathers fill the barn.

Sandra Ketcham currently lives in Orlando where she works as a full-time freelance writer and editor. She has fiction forthcoming in Gone Lawn and LITSNACK & poetry recently published or forthcoming in Bicycle Review, Anemone Sidecar, Red Booth Review, Counterexample Poetics and others. Sandra has a strong aversion to llamas.
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On 9/13/11, 5:46 PM , Unknown said...

How do you feel about alpacas? This paints such a vivid scene.

On 9/17/11, 2:42 AM , Sandra Ketcham said...

Not a big fan of alpacas either :/