# Pages: 124 pages
"Here is a collection of short stories that will tickle you, move you and will make you cry. Arlington Nuetzel’s fertile imagination gives us drained lakes, haunted cabins, otherworldly beings, pals hunting in the Ozarks, a treasured sleeping child, a doting grandfather and much more. Immerse yourself. And pity, then cheer for the Bower Bird. You’ll soon know why.
Arlington Nuetzel is an instructor of writing and lives in the Missouri Ozarks and the Arkansas Delta with his editor and fellow novelist Georgia Henry. He is a longtime breeder and trainer of dogs and horses. He is a private pilot and former professional ski instructor. Nuetzel is the author of The Low January Sun, Murder in March Commons, 2027, New Madrid Missouri, Telephoto and also this collection of short stories, The Bower Bird and Other Stories."