If you haven’t already, check out The New Yorker now to read a story from Wyoming’s own Callan Wink. While you’re there, read the interview.
From said interview: “When I started this story I knew I wanted to write about a man running, in a very literal sense, away from pursuers. The running naked theme came about, I think, from popular stories about the mountain man John Colter, who, supposedly, outran a war party of hostile Crow after they stripped him naked and told him to run for his life. This happened near present day Three Forks, Montana, not far from where I live.”
The story is called “Dog Run Moon.” I liked it in workshop last year and I like it now. It’s wonderful, put simply. Congratulations, Callan!