Holly Hunt writes and publishes in several genres and lives on Old River Lake, an oxbow of the Arkansas River in her home state. She has much in common with Hemingway's polydactyl cats and has published in Ploughshares, The Southern Review, newspapers, newspapers, Poetry, Georgia Review and other literary journals.
Unique traits: Once lived with a fear that if I ever had a child it would be born with a prehensile monkey tail, a very long one like the infants with bizarre tails in Ripley's Believe it or Not!
Fresh Cuts Film-noir ⋄ Fantasy Florists buy a used pet cremator to burn up the human bodies they process through their Superior Customer Service Plan, thus allowing customers to purchase deadly Gift Certificates.
Shella Hated Raisins Budget: $0 - $100K | Film-noir ⋄ Drama A old Hopi kachina from Second Mesa gives Rudie power to make her bossy sister eat worms, and later, he helps her to trick a clandestine organ-harvester-- and to scalp him Apache-style.
Academy of American Poets Prize