BY ANTHONY COOK, Editor-in-Chief
Writer Elizabeth Stuckey-French is a finalist for storySouth‘s Million Writers Award. The award honors the best story published online during 2008. You can read and vote for her story, “Interview with a Moron,” here.
Stuckey-French is a Purdue Creative Writing Program alum and a founding editor of the Sycamore Review. “Interview with a Moron” was originally published in Narrative Magazine. It’s set in Indiana in 1916 and one of the main characters — the interviewer – is a Purdue student. Take the time to read it. You’ll be glad you did.