K. Lyn Wurth writes fiction that considers health, family life, regional experience and history. Her short fiction has appeared in The Examined Life Journal, The Broadkill Review and The Arduous Touch: Women’s Voices in Healthcare (Purdue University Press.). She lives in northwest Iowa with her husband, David.
When a roadside explosion of family violence propels Bridget to her farmhouse cellar for refuge, she finds a tattered ledger, abandoned by a farmer named Laura. Here she aligns the perfect confession and collaboration; resolved to alter the surge of family history, Bridget reclaims her WWII memories of Nazi complicity and calculates her receipts, before another person dies on her account.