In the Year of My Revolution

It is December 1892, and a train carrying rival ranchers has become snowbound in Nebraska. If the blizzard doesn't kill the passengers on board the train, a mysterious killer will. As the body count rises and the tensions heat and the temperature drops, it is up to a vagrant and a reporter to find out the truth and save the West from another range war. More
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About James Welsh

James Welsh is a writer who was born downwind of a chemical plant in Delaware. His poetry has been published in roughly a dozen literary magazines, including New Plains Review and Grasslimb.

He can be reached by email if you have any questions or comments about his work: jaygee1988@hotmail.com

Individual Poems Published

"Calypso for Excuses." The Stray Branch (Spring/Summer 2013)
"Ghosts in Subway Windows." See Spot Run (February 2012)
"Benediction for the Outside." New Plains Review (Fall 2011)
"Tricycle Worlds." Kaleidoscope (July 2011)
"Where Fireflies End, and Lightning Begins." Mused (2011)
"Penelope's Lament." The Centrifugal Eye (April 2011)
"Judgment of Paris." Three Line Poetry (Issue 2, 2011)
“Colors (An Old Man to His Wife).” flashquake (Summer 2010)
“I Am My Muse’s Right Hand.” Grasslimb 8(2)
“I Built My Sandbox in The Atlantic.” Caesura 29(2008- 2009)
“how a speed bump destroyed the world.” Caesura 29(2008- 2009)
“Ironing Out Hypocrisy.” Westward Quarterly 36(Spring 2009)
“Light on Broken Windows.” Westward Quarterly 36(Spring 2009)
“Learning to Walk.” Soul Fountain 35(Fall 2008)
“A Nervous Kind of Happy.” Westward Quarterly (Summer 2008)

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