B. E. Hopkins
B. E. Hopkins is a freelance writer and editor, and the author of The Impediments to Joy (a novel) and Model Homes (a short story collection).
His work has appeared in PEN International magazine, Steppe, Contrary, The Independent, and The Washington College Review, and he has translated catalogs for French artist Matthieu Kavyrchine, the Fondation Cartier, and the Fondation Christian et Yvonne Zervos.
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by B. E. Hopkins
Charlie Dean’s real proud of his “string o’ pearls” – a long, ragged white scar running across his belly. Claims he got it the night he killed his girlfriend Sally’s old man back in Kansas. But only the bartender who was there the night before – the night Charlie done what he did – knows the true story behind that ugly old wound.
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