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The first five, published short stories by author Eric Sheridan Wyatt. This volume includes stories published in various literary magazines. Story titles include: Things He Wasn't Supposed to Do, Cop-Cop Cop, Dudley's Sacrifice, Solomon's Ditch, and Most Dead Birds Were Never Found.
Paperback, 92 pages
Published June 2nd 2014 by Lulu.com
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Jeff Widmer
Aug 10, 2015 Jeff Widmer rated it really liked it
In “Dudley’s Sacrifice,” Eric Wyatt tackles the absurdities of corporate life like Jane Goodall attacking fleas in a short piece by T.C. Boyle. One of five short stories in Wyatt’s first collection of published fiction, “Dudley’s Sacrifice” opens with a regional manager contemplating layoffs at a company whose owner has scraped the marrow from the bone.

One by one the narrator weeds a list of potential layoffs until the owner takes the decision out of his hands. Wyatt follows cost-cutting and dow
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Eric Sheridan Wyatt is an author, podcaster, blogger, and educator. He received a B.S. in education from Ball State University and an M.F.A. (Fiction Writing) from Queens University of Charlotte. His short fiction has appeared in Silk Road Review, Ruminate, Saw Palm, and New Plains Review, among others. His writing was also featured in the non-fiction anthology, Letters to Me. In May of 2012, Eric ...more
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