M.O. Walsh is a fiction writer born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. His work has appeared in publications such as The New York Times, Oxford American, American Short Fiction, Epoch, and Greensboro Review. His short stories have also been anthologized in Best New American Voices, Bar Stories, Best of the Net and Louisiana in Words. He is a graduate of the Ole Miss MFA program and currently lives in New Orleans, LA, where he is the Director of the Creative Writing Workshop at The University of New Orleans. He also directs the The Yokshop Writers Conference in Oxford, MS.
On a summer's evening in 1989, on an empty street in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, fifteen-year-old Lindy Simpson is knocked from her bike and attacked just yards from her home. No one sees or hears anything. The police have few suspects and no real clues. Eventually the community puts it behind them. Everyone tries to move on.Buy now