The Wild Women of Redgunk by William Eakin
Approx. 60,960 words.
Published on August 1, 2012 by
Sam's Dot Publishing.
Beautiful, ugly, wicked, twisted, healing, murderously dark, light as butterflies, the women of Redgunk, Mississippi, are one and all wild. Witches enticing Sunday School children to astonishing lives. Makers of unicorn stews. 50-foot women breaking laws of physics and love. Some run naked and free through the kudzu. They are despair and hope, our lifeblood. They call us to our own wild depths