Renée Thompson

Renée Thompson

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Renée Thompson is the author of two novels, The Plume Hunter and The Bridge at Valentine.  Her short stories have twice appeared in Narrative, as "Stories of the Week", Arcadia, 10,000 Tons of Black Ink (where her short story "Twelve Pencils" was named Best Of, Vol. 2, Spring 2012), and Chiron Review. Her stories have also placed in Glimmer Train’s Fiction Open competitions, and in the Writer’s Digest Annual Writing Competition. Renée lives on five acres in northern California with her husband, black Lab, and three goats.

Contributions by Renée Thompson

Fall 2012 Issue

The Limits of Certainty

Second Prize, 2012 Literal Latte Fiction Award.
He was most alive while birding. In summer he pitched a tent, prepared his meals on a Coleman stove, and drank coffee from an aluminum cup. He crawled into his sleeping bag just after dusk and rose before sunrise, ate a breakfast of one boiled egg or half a banana, then prepared his field gear…

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