The even more authentic life of Billy the Kid.
Being the secret death bed confessions of Pat Garrett, one time sheriff of Lincoln county, New Mexico, by whom Billy the Kid as such he was known was finally hunted down and personally rendered deceased which ended up his foolishness in no uncertain terms.
Including desultory facts about the mysterious killer of said Pat Garrett as revealed from the lips of the dying Pat Garrett himself, as told to Puking Bird.
Translated from the original vapourous Indian language
and edited and corrected for general drunkenness
by Craig Strete, himself the unnoted author of other unrelated literary droppings.
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About the Author
Craig Kee Strete is a Native American science fiction writer, noted for his use of American Indian themes. Beginning in the early 1970s, while working in the Film and Television industry, Strete began writing emotional Native American themed, and science fiction short stories and novellas. He is a three-time Nebula Award finalist, for Time Deer, A Sunday Visit with Great-grandfather, and The Bleeding Man. In 1974 Strete published a magazine dedicated to Native American science fiction, Red Planet Earth. His play Paint Your Face On A Drowning In The River was the 1984 Dramatists Guild/CBS New Plays Program first place winner.