Alicita Rodriguez

Alicita Rodriguez lives in a Colorado ghost town with her boyfriend and their three crazy dogs. She teaches at Western State College. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in TriQuarterly, New Letters, and Fiction International.

Imagining Bisbee

Few people live in Bisbee; the town’s history makes it so. When miners decided to strike in 1917, the sheriff’s deputies, with their big guns and small teeth, rounded them up like cattle, packed them into train cars, and shipped…