The Great Wall of America: A Novelette

How America built the Wall? "The Great Wall of America" by David A. Hewitt is an urgent and compelling novelette. Hewitt paints a nightmarish yet plausible scenario of what could happen if workers from migrant caravans were pressed into forced servitude, building a wall at the southern Mexican-American border. More

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About David A. Hewitt

David A. Hewitt is a graduate of the University of Southern Maine’s Stonecoast MFA program in Popular Fiction. His fiction has appeared in Kaleidotrope and Severed Press's 2012 AD anthology, and his poetry in Three Line Poetry and 50 Haikus. As a Japanese-English translator his credits include the animated series Gilgamesh, Area 88, Welcome to the NHK, Kingdom, and most recently Kochoki: Young Nobunaga. He has nearly 20 years’ experience teaching English to immigrants and non-native speakers of myriad cultural and linguistic backgrounds.

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