Author: Beverly C. Lucey
Originally from New England, Beverly C. Lucey writes now from the Land of Lard and Peaches. After a lifetime in the northeast she chose to follow her husband south. Flannery O'Connor knew the line from the old song was true--A Good Man Is Hard to Find. Four stories are anthologized in We Teach Them All (Stenhouse Press, Maine) Other credits include the 1999 edition of The Flint River Review ; winter 2000 print edition of Moxie. spring edition (33) of Quality Women¹s Fiction, 2001 (UK) Wild Strawberries (Œ03) Her online presence includes Zoetrop All Story Extra, Vestal Review, CollectedStories.com, flashquake, WouldThatItWere, and Literary Pot Pourri. She lives with her husband and black standard poodles, the elegant Miss Bessie Smith and the slightly trashy Lillian deLuna. They are adapting well in a suburb outside of Little Rock, AR. Lucey loves R&B. As the other song goes, "Wild women don't get the blues." Reach her at WordsNest@sbcglobal.net. Homepage: www.tuliptreeroad.com.
Stories by Beverly C. Lucey
Mrs. Mitts - September 15, 2003