Melvin Litton

Melvin Litton’s stories have appeared in Mobius, Foliate Oak, Floyd County Moonshine, Pif, Chiron Review, First Intensity, with poetry in Broadkill Review, Stray Branch, and a chapbook “From the Bone” Spartan Press. He has two published novels: Geminga, a man/raven fable concerning the Shining Path in Peru (III Publishing, 1993); and I, Joaquin, a fictional memoir of the Gold Rush bandit, Joaquin Murrieta, as told by his head encased in alcohol (Creative Arts Book Co., 2003) – both available in new editions from Crossroad Press. He is a retired carpenter and lives in Lawrence, KS with his wife Debra and their black ‘n tan shepherd Jack. He also writes and performs songs solo and with the Border Band: Band Website

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