Hunting in the Dark is a coming of age story exploring the paths we take. Set over the late seventies and early eighties, a group of city boys like to go to a cabin in the woods to get away from the day to day of school and parents, while their local friend isn't so lucky. For him, this isn't a holiday, it is the only life he knows. Even in the woods these boys can't deny class and privilege, both of which eventually define their fate.
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About the Author
William E Burleson's short stories have appeared in numerous literary journals and anthologies to date, most recently in The New Guard and American Fiction 14. Burleson has two novels in development: Ahnwee Days, the story of a small town that has seen better days and the mayor who tries to save it, and The Avenue, a story set in a skid row district in 1979. Previous to writing fiction, he had published extensively in non-fiction, most notably his book, Bi America (Haworth Press, 2005). For examples of past work and more information, visit www.williamburleson.com.